It sounds like President Obama is headed back to what may be the election's key state, Ohio.
Tim Burke, chairman of the Hamilton County Democratic Party, told our Gannett colleagues at the Cincinnati Enquirer that Obama will be visiting the Cincinnati area on Monday.
The visit would come less than two weeks after Obama made a bus tour of northern Ohio, the swing state that has gone with the winner in 12 straight elections.
The Obama campaign has not yet confirmed the Cincinnati visit.
Obama is looking to hold his own against Mitt Romney in the Cincinnati area in southern Ohio, which features more conservative voters.
It is also the home base of two key Republican figures: House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, often mentioned as a possible running mate for Romney.
The Enquirer noted that "Romney has also made several stops in Ohio recently; he was last in Cincinnati on June 14."