TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton is hitting the campaign trail in Ohio again.
Clinton will make three stops Thursday beginning in Toledo before he moves on to Akron and Chillicothe.
He'll be out making the case for sending President Barack Obama back to the White House.
Clinton joined Vice President Joe Biden at a rally earlier this week in Youngstown.
Clinton had harsh words for Republican Mitt Romney over his claim in a campaign speech last week that automaker Chrysler was shutting down some North American operations to make its Jeep brand vehicles in China.