The president and vice president are headed back to Ohio.
Vice President Joe Biden will visit Lordstown Friday, while President Barack Obama will make stops in the Cleveland and Toledo areas Monday, according to an Obama campaign official in Ohio.
Biden will visit the United Auto Workers Local 1714 at 11 a.m. Friday. He will discuss "the choice Ohio voters have in the election" between two visions of "how to grow the economy, create middle-class jobs, and pay down the debt," according to a campaign press release.
The campaign hasn't yet released details on Obama's Ohio visits on Monday, which is Labor Day.
Obama has visited Akron, but Biden hasn't yet, though he did in the 2008 campaign.