President Barack Obama was just in the state of Ohio last week, campaigning at Bowling Green State University and Kent State University, and now he's set to return to the Buckeye State later this week. The Democrat's campaign says that he'll be making an appearance at Cleveland State University's Krenzler Field to help fire up the college students who supported him in 2008.
Obama's campaign also rescheduled his planned Columbus visit to October 9 instead of this Thursday. Prior to coming to Cleveland on Friday, Obama will campaign in Colorado, Wisconsin and Virginia.
On Wednesday evening, Obama and his Republican competition, Mitt Romney, will debate at the University of Denver. Romney and his campaign running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.), also campaigned in Ohio last week.
President Obama will also get some help on the campaign trail from his wife, Michelle, who'll be campaigning for her husband in Cincinnati on Tuesday as early voting kicks off in the battleground state.