CINCINNATI (AP) — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Monday will urge young people on a northeast Ohio college campus to vote, then she will head to a rally along the Ohio River.
Her campaign says she has events at Kent State University followed by one in Cincinnati at a riverfront park.
The campaign also announced that President Barack Obama will return to the state Tuesday, leading a get-out-the-vote rally in the Columbus area.
Early voting is underway in a swing state that polls indicate is a toss-up between Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Former president Bill Clinton campaigned across the state in three stops on Saturday.
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