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HOLLADAY — Mitt Romney is once again going to live in Utah.
Romney is building a new home in Holladay by the only one of his five sons who lives in Utah, Josh, and plans to live nearby while the house is being built, a source told the KSL Wednesday.
The two-time GOP presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor plans to split his time "pretty evenly" between Salt Lake City and his homes in San Diego and a resort community in New Hampshire, the source said.
He will also spend time in his Boston apartment, located at his son Tagg's home there. Romney is the chairman of the executive committee of Tagg Romney's Boston-based investment firm, Solamere Capital.
This won't be the first time Romney has had a home in Utah. For years, he owned a Deer Valley vacation home where he stayed while running the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. He has since sold that house.