CINCINNATI - President Obama visited Cincinnati just days before Election Day.
President Obama delivered remarks at a grassroots event held at Fifth Third Arena Sunday as part of a weekend-long campaign tour that will crisscross the country in an attempt to secure votes before Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Admission to the event began at 4 p.m.
The event was free and open to the public.
The president was forced to skip a campaign stop in Cincinnati that was scheduled for Oct. 31 in order to visit storm-stricken New Jersey.
Joining Obama at the local stop was singer Stevie Wonder. The blind singer, who has won 22 Grammy Awards, has a career spanning five decades and is known for such hits as "Superstition," "Isn't She Lovely" and "Sir Duke."
On Saturday, Nov. 3, President Obama delivered remarks at grassroots events in Mentor, Ohio; Milwaukee, Wis.; Dubuque, Iowa and Bristow, Va. In addition to his visit to the Tri-State, President Obama was scheduled to campaign in Concord, N.H.; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and Aurora, Colo. Sunday.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney spoke in Cleveland on Sunday.
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