COLUMBUS, Ohio - President Barack Obama will campaign at another Ohio campus this Friday.
The Democrat's campaign says he will be at Cleveland State University's Krenzler Field. Last week, he campaigned at Kent State and Bowling Green State, seeking to fire up college students who supported him in big numbers in 2008.
Earlier, his campaign rescheduled his planned Columbus visit to Oct. 9, instead of this Thursday. He will campaign in Colorado, Wisconsin and Virginia before coming to Ohio for the Cleveland rally.
He and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will debate Wednesday night at the University of Denver. Romney and running mate Paul Ryan campaigned across Ohio last week.
Meanwhile, First Lady Michelle Obama will campaign for her husband in Cincinnati on Tuesday as early voting begins in the battleground state of Ohio.
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