GEORGETOWN, Ohio - President Barack Obama's campaign team will be in the Tri-State Friday and Vice President Joe Biden will be here as well on Sunday.
CORRECTION TO EARLIER REPORT: A representative of the Obama campaign sent 9 News a report that indicated the president himself would be coming to the Tri-State, but later corrected that report, and noted the president is not actually on the list of scheduled attendants.
Biden will be in Milford, Ohio on Sunday to discuss the choice in this election between two fundamentally different visions on how to create an economy built to last.
Biden will be speaking at Milford High School at 4 p.m. Ticket information has not yet been released.
The Obama team announced Thursday that they will be making stops in Georgetown, Ohio and Hillsboro, Ohio on Friday as part of the "Heartland Tour 2012: Moving the Middle Class Forward."
The Obama team's docket lists them in Georgetown at approximately 10 a.m. and in Hillsboro at approximately 3:30 p.m., but other details of the trip have not yet been announced.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney visited the Tri-State the day after his nomination at the Republican National Convention.
His son Craig Romney will visit the Highland Fair Auction in Hillsboro on Saturday around 6 p.m. He plans to attends the Buckeye Blitz kick-off in Portsmouth and the Meet and Greet in Athens. No other details have been released on his visit.
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