POLL: Which 2016 candidate should visit Cincy?

Posted at 5:27 PM, Sep 26, 2015

CINCINNATI -- As the 2016 presidential election draws nearer, some candidates have already stopped in the Tri-State seeking to woo voters and donors.

Hillary Clinton was first, with a fundraiser in Walnut Hills. Last week, Ben Carson held a rally in Sharonville.

It's looking like Ohio may get more advertising dollars, candidate visits and campaign field offices than any other state in the nation other than perhaps Florida, experts said.

That got us thinking: which presidential candidate would you like to visit the Tri-State?

If your vote is for Rick Santorum, good news: he will be the next candidate to visit Greater Cincinnati, when he stops at the Sharonville Convention Center Monday evening.

Vote in the poll below to share your opinion: