CINCINNATI (AP) — Republican nominee Donald Trump is scheduled to lead a Thursday evening rally in downtown Cincinnati.
Natalie Tendall is covering Donald Trump in Cincinnati.
Tyler Utzka will be in Columbus covering President Obama’s address at the Ohio Democratic Party dinner.
Trump’s Democratic rival Hillary Clinton was at Ohio State University on Monday, while President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak Thursday evening at a state party dinner in Columbus and then lead a get-out-the-vote rally Friday in Cleveland.
The Clinton campaign said Bill Clinton will be in the Cincinnati and Columbus areas Friday, with details to be announced later.
Early voting began Wednesday for the Nov. 8 election.
Polls indicate a see-saw race in the battleground state. No Republican has ever won the White House without winning Ohio.