PARMA, Oh - As President Obama prepares to make his second campaign stop in Ohio within the past 30 days, the Republican party is sending two heavy hitters to the Buckeye state.
While the President stops in Maumee and Parma Thursday, so will Republican Governors Tim Pawlenty and Bobby Jindal.
The two Republican Governors headline a two-day bus tour through Northern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania to highlight the gap between what President Obama and the democrats promised the American people and what they actually have delivered, according to a release from the Republican National Committee.
Minnesota Governor Pawlenty, and Louisiana Governor Jindal are scheduled to address supporters at the Kentown Shopping Center, located at 10397 West Pleasant Valley Road at 12:15 p.m. Thursday.
Both Pawlenty and Jindal have been mentioned as potential Vice-Presidential candidates, along with Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman.
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