CINCINNATI (AP) — First lady Michelle Obama is set to visit Ohio on the first day of early voting in the swing state on Tuesday.
Obama will be in downtown Cincinnati speaking to supporters about what's at stake in the election for Ohioans and the importance of everyone registering to vote and casting a ballot.
The first lady campaigned for her husband in Columbus and Dayton in late July, and last was in Cincinnati in February.
President Obama and rival Mitt Romney have been regular visitors to Ohio, with both in the state last week.
The president returns to Ohio for a rally in Cleveland on Friday and plans a Columbus visit Oct. 9.