(CNN) - Mitt Romney is extending his trip to Maine, adding two stops Saturday morning ahead of the state's GOP presidential caucuses.
Romney was originally only scheduled to participate in a single town hall meeting in Portland on Friday.
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In 2008, Romney won Maine's GOP caucuses with 52% of the vote, and he won New Hampshire's presidential primary in January with 39% of the vote. Romney was governor of another New England state, Massachusetts, from 2003-2007.
Another candidate, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, has campaigned the most in Maine, hoping that his libertarian views will appeal to Maine's fiscally-conservative Republicans.
There are 24 delegates at stake in Maine.
CNN's Steve Brusk contributed to this report.