JANESVILLE (WKOW) -- The Bain workers bus Tour rolled into Janesville Sunday to protest against presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
The bus carries workers from companies owned by Bain Capital, the equity firm Romney founded, and that group is protesting the "dangers" of what it calls a "Romney economy".
The rally was at the closed General Motors plant in Janesville as a symbol, organizers said, of what would happen to more American factories if Romney is elected in November's general election.
After a stop in the Quad cities on Monday, organizers say they plan to come back to Wisconsin for a stop in Milwaukee on Tuesday.
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