(CNN) - Vice President Biden will be making his fourth trip to Ohio in the past six weeks, as the White House tries to bolster the re-election bid of Gov. Ted Strickland.
Strickland campaign communications director Lis Smith confirmed Biden will hit the Youngstown area on Monday for two stops and a fundraiser.
With Strickland at his side, Biden will visit a diner in Youngstown, followed by a rally at a local plant in Struthers.
A visit by President Obama is also planned later in October, bringing the number of visits from the White House to six since mid-August.