TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will be crisscrossing Ohio again.
Romney is wrapping up the GOP ticket's three-day bus tour of the state. He'll be in suburban Columbus and Cleveland on Wednesday before making a final stop in Toledo.
Obama will be at campus rallies at Bowling Green State University and Kent State on Wednesday afternoon.
The president is making a big push to drum up enthusiasm among college students and young adults. He won that group by a big margin four years ago and will need them again in November.
Democrats say they are doing more work this time around on college campuses to register young people to vote.
Obama already has made stops in recent months at campuses in Cleveland and the Columbus area.