President Obama to visit Cincinnati Monday
07/12/2012 02:51 PM
President Barack Obama will visit Cincinnati, Ohio on Monday for a campaign event.
While there are few details as to where and when the President will speak his campaign did confirm his trip.
“The President will share his vision to rebuild the economy from the middle-out, cut taxes for small businesses and reduce the country’s deficit,” said a press release for the Obama campaign.
Obama last visited Cincinnati in September of 2011 where he spoke about the country’s infrastructure woes.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a visit to Cincinnati in June where he spoke about the economy while on a tour of Ohio manufacturing businesses.
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