CINCINNATI - President Barack Obama will visit the Tri-State Monday for another campaign trip in a tightly-fought presidential election race.
On Monday, Obama will travel to Cincinnati and Columbus for campaign events. Obama campaign representatives have not yet said where the president will be campaigning.
Ohio is sticking to its reputation as a battleground state after both sides of the campaign have visited the area recently. Republican Mitt Romney campaigned in northern Ohio Monday and vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan will stop in Clermont County Wednesday. Also, Vice President Joe Biden will return to the Buckeye State Wednesday for a campaign visit to Wright State University in Dayton.
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