Mitt Romney is telling Pennsylvania voters that he - and not President Barack Obama - is the White House candidate who will give them a fair shot.
The Republican challenger is on a six-day bus tour and is looking to keep the focus on jobs and the economy.
Immigration was the hot topic on Friday, when Obama announced that the government would stop deporting some young illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children.
Romney told voters at a casting and machine company in Weatherly, Pa., on Saturday to do "a very careful review of who's giving a fair shot to the American people."
Romney says he's focused on creating opportunities for the middle class that will give them a better shot in a struggling economy.
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