CHICAGO - Ohio is key to winning the White House, and both presidential candidates know it. On Tuesday, President Barack Obama's campaign announced two upcoming stops in the Buckeye State.
President Obama is traveling to Columbus and Cincinnati on Monday, Sept. 17. No details of the president's campaign stop have been released.
Mr. Obama stopped in Toledo on Labor Day. The president was scheduled to be in Cleveland that same day, but canceled the event to instead travel to Louisiana to see damage caused by Hurricane Isaac.
After stopping in Ohio, Mr. Obama will then travel to New York City.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigned in Mansfield on Monday.
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