CINCINNATI (AP) — President Barack Obama will be back in Ohio next Monday for stops in Columbus and Cincinnati.
His campaign says details will be released later. The Democratic president was last in Ohio for a Labor Day rally in Toledo.
Republican opponent Mitt Romney spoke Monday in Mansfield in northern Ohio, while his running mate Paul Ryan will head Wednesday to Clermont County east of Cincinnati. Vice President Joe Biden will speak Wednesday at Wright State University in southwest Ohio, after spending the weekend campaigning in eastern and southern Ohio.
Polls have indicated a tight race with Obama slightly ahead in the swing state, considered likely to be crucial to Romney's chances of unseating him. The Democrat carried Ohio in 2008, after George W. Bush and Bill Clinton each won Ohio twice.