Updated: 10/15/2012 6:15 P.M.
He's visited lots of colleges and universities in the state of Ohio...and next on his list...the home of the Bobcats.
And locally, there's lots of interest in President Barack Obama's campaign appearance Wednesday at Ohio University.
It's expected the president will speak at the university's college green late Wednesday afternoon.
Among those to get tickets was Wood County Democratic Party Chairman Harold Brown, and he showed us one of them.
He got close to a dozen tickets for party supporters.
Although the president will be in the "battleground state" of Ohio, Brown says Wood County backers are looking forward to the president's appearance.
"I had thought that, because of Ohio's status in the election, someone would be appearing here, hopefully the president," Brown said. "I was hoping it would be in Athens, so we have what we're looking for here."
Washington County Democratic Chairman Molly Varner tells us that, as of late Monday afternoon, a few tickets were still available at the Obama campaign headquarters at 227 Putnam Street in Marietta.
Varner says 200 were initially made available, and were distributed by Sunday. 100 more were provided the campaign by Jackson County, Ohio.
ATHENS, Ohio (AP) - President Barack Obama's campaign says he will campaign in Athens, Ohio, next Wednesday.
The Democrat's campaign didn't immediately release any other details of the trip to the home of Ohio University. He is also scheduled to campaign in Iowa on the same day.
First lady Michelle Obama will be in the central Ohio city of Delaware and in Cleveland on Monday.
The Obama campaign visits will come after a week in which Republican Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan have been crisscrossing Ohio.
The pair was scheduled to be in Lancaster on Friday evening while Romney has campaign stops Saturday in Portsmouth and Lebanon, with Ryan in Youngstown.
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