After receiving the presidential daily briefing Wednesday morning, President Barack Obama will head to the key swing state of Ohio.
Obama will visit Elyria, Ohio, where he will hold a roundtable with unemployed workers who are students in Lorain County Community College job training programs, the White House said.
Following the roundtable, the president is scheduled to deliver remarks highlighting his administration's job training initiatives.
Obama will travel to Michigan following the speech and will appear at two separate campaign events at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn and at a private residence in Bingham Farms.
by RTT Staff Writer
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