CLEVELAND -- President Obama will be making another trip back to northeast Ohio, continuing a rigorous campaign schedule leading up to the November election.

President Obama will be in Cleveland on Friday, October 5, at Cleveland State University at Krenzler Field.

Cleveland will be the third city he will have visited in a 3-day span, following trips to Denver and Columbus.

Tickets to the Friday event are available Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. at the following locations:

  • OFA-Shaker Square Office

13100 Shaker Square

Cleveland, Ohio 44120

  • OFA-Parma Office

5734 Ridge Rd.

Parma, OH 44129

  • OFA-Lakewood Office

11822 Detroit Ave

Lakewood, OH 44107

  • OFA-Lee & Harvard Office

4071 Lee Rd. Suite 110

Cleveland, OH 44128

  • OFA-Euclid Ave. Office

3740 Euclid Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44115

Early voting for Ohio voters also begins October 2. Voters must register to vote by October 9 to be eligible to vote in the 2012 Presidential election.

Ohio is considered to be a key state for both President Barack Obama and his competitor, Gov. Mitt Romney,in the road to the White House. Both have made numerous campaign stops in the Buckeye State in recent weeks.