DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — During an election year Buckeyes are used to getting a lot of attention from Presidential hopefuls, but Thursday, for the first time, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are going to be in Ohio at the same time.
They're expected to be offering their contrasting visions for the future of the US economy. This, as Wall Street and world markets are focused on the Euro-zone debt crisis and this weekend's election in Greece.
Romney will be stumping at a public event at Seilkop Industries in Springfield Township near Cincinnati pitching his economic plan, which he says will keep Americans working.
He'll return to Ohio Sunday, June 17 on Father's Day as both 8th District congressman John Boehner and Senator Rob Portman will join him at
K's Hamburger Shop in Troy.
In the meantime, President Obama campaigns in Cleveland Thursday.
He will deliver what aides call a "major" speech about the economy at Cuyahoga Community College.
Obama is expected to tell supporters he has a plan for the next four years that will contain unemployment and create jobs.
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