CINCINNATI - President Barack Obama's campaign says he will return to Ohio next week -- this time to visit Cincinnati.
No other details about the Monday visit were released immediately on Thursday.
The Democratic president made a bus tour across northern Ohio over two days last week, and has had rallies in Cleveland and Columbus since officially kicking off his re-election bid in May.
Republican challenger Mitt Romney has also made recent Ohio visits, including a stop in Cincinnati last month.
The swing state figures to be pivotal in the November election.
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