(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.
Biden is hardly the sort of image that gives voters confidence.
With all that travel to Ohio and Tax Payers wasted money for those trips,how are those created/saved jobs working for you Ohioans? Are you ready for the Stimlus job money to run out,and those jobs to go away? Just watch the crapola hit the fan,we spent 864 Billion dollars of tax money to keep some jobs for a couple of years.
@ Cheney....You have it backwards (typical for a libtard).....The voters of Ohio will tell Bite Me the truth about what they think of Bo Bo the Azz Clown's policies. I can see November from my house! And it looks SWEET!!!!
Little Joe Biden needs to get himself a second home in Ohio so he can stop wasting taxpayers flying there from D.C. And for all that expense it will not create a single job for anyone that lives in Ohio.