COLUMBUS, Ohio -- President Barack Obama's next Ohio visit will take him to two college towns in the northern part of the state.
The Democrat's campaign said Friday that Obama will appear next Wednesday in Bowling Green and Kent.
No other details have been released yet, but the Bowling Green visit in northwest Ohio comes the same day Republican Mitt Romney plans to be in that part of the state.
Romney will be in Toledo wrapping up a swing through Ohio that begins Tuesday in Cincinnati and also takes him to Dayton, Columbus and Cleveland.
On Monday, Romney running mate Paul Ryan will speak at a rally in Lima, also in northwest Ohio.
Obama campaigned Monday in Cincinnati and Columbus, as the candidates continue to put high priority on the battleground state.
The Associated Press