CLEVELAND - President Barack Obama will visit northeast Ohio next week, on the same day Mitt Romney's campaign will be bussing through the region.
An Obama campaign official in Ohio told NewsChannel5 that the president will be in Bowling Green and then Kent Wednesday for campaign events.
This will be at least the 17th visit to Ohio for Obama in 2012.
Many pundits have named Ohio the one place to watch in the presidential race for November's general election.
No other details of Obama's Sept. 26 visit have been released yet.
Romney will be in Cleveland on that same day.
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