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VIRGINIA BEACH, VA - JULY 13: U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during his 'A Vision for Virginia's Middle Class' campaign event July 13, 2012 at Green Run High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Obama discussed his plan to restore middle class security and urged the Congress to act on extending tax cuts to middle class families. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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CINCINNATI - Details have been released regarding President Barack Obama's visit to Cincinnati on Monday, July 16.

The president will hold a campaign event in the Music Hall Ballroom around 2:20 p.m. He will discuss the choice in this election between two fundamentally different visions of how to grow the economy, create middle-class jobs and pay down the debt, according to a release from his campaign office.

Obama will describe his plan to restore the middle class security by paying down our debt in a balanced way that ensures everyone pays their fair share and still invests in the things we need to create jobs and grow our economy over the long term, like education, energy, innovation, and infrastructure.

This event is free and open to the public, however tickets are required. Tickets will be distributed Saturday, July 14, beginning at 11 a.m. at the following locations:

Cheviot OFA-OH Office
3722 Harrison Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45211

Walnut Hills OFA-OH Office
2718 Woodburn Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206

Forest Park OFA –OH Office
1244 W. Kemper Rd., Unit 50
Cincinnati, Ohio 45240

The 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.


The Associate Press contributed to this story.

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