Republican presidential candidates John McCain and Mitt Romney will make campaign stops Friday and Saturday, respectively, in Missouri.
McCain will appear at Spirit of St. Louis Airport at 2 p.m Friday.
That's according to state Rep. Jason Brown, who is vice chairman of McCain's Missouri campaign.
Brown said the St. Louis-area stop is the only one scheduled in Missouri before Super Tuesday next week. But Brown said that could change.
Romney plans to hold two campaign stops in Missouri on Saturday.
Details are still being worked out, but Romney plans to speak in St. Louis and either Joplin or Springfield, said state Rep. Bryan Stevenson of Webb City, who is working on the campaign of the former Massachusetts governor.
Missouri is one of 22 states that will hold primaries or caucuses next Tuesday.