Former Vice President Dan Quayle will endorse Mitt Romney for president tomorrow at a campaign event in Arizona.
The endorsement will take place in Paradise Valley, Arizona, which is located within the congressional district of Ben Quayle, the former Vice President's son, who was elected to the House in 2010 and has yet to make an endorsement in the presidential race.
Quayle, who was vice president under President George H. W. Bush, represented Indiana in the House of Representatives for two terms, and also served in the senate. He has reportedly remained active in Republican fundraising circles, particularly in Arizona, where he has a home.
Romney met with former President Bush at the latter's Houston home last week. The meeting was described by aides to Romney as a chat between friends; Bush did not offer his endorsement.