President Barack Obama will be in Ohio again Monday, this time visiting the southern end of the state in Cincinnati.
Obama will "share his vision to rebuild the economy from the middle out, cut taxes for small businesses and reduce the country's deficit," according to his campaign.
Catherine Gatewood, a spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee responded by saying, "No matter how many trips the president makes to Ohio, it doesn't change the fact that President Obama's failed policies of the past four years have cost our country countless jobs, piled over $5 trillion to the national debt, and outsourced our economic recovery to countries like Finland, El Salvador and the Dominican Republic."
This will be Obama's third trip to Ohio of this campaign. Last week, he stayed overnight in Fairlawn and visited an Akron restaurant during a two-day bus trip across northern Ohio and Pennsylvania.