CINCINNATI - Republican GOP candidate Paul Ryan and first lady Michelle Obama will be reaching out to voters in campaign appearances around Ohio.
Ryan is set to hold a rally at an airport in Cincinnati at noon Monday. The first lady will make stops later Monday in Cleveland and north of Columbus in the town of Delaware.
Ryan and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigned in various parts of Ohio on Saturday. Michelle Obama was in the state a little less than two weeks ago with a visit to Cincinnati on the first day of early voting in Ohio.
President Barack Obama and Romney are becoming frequent visitors to the state.
The president will return to Ohio on Wednesday for a rally in Athens.
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