President heading back to Ohio

President heading back to Ohio

PARMA, OH (WOIO) - President Barack Obama will be back in Ohio Thursday making a stops in Sandusky and Parma.

The President will make a stops at Washington Park in Sandusky and James Day Park in Parma as part of his two-day bus tour through Northern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania to celebrate the 4th of July holiday and the American worker.

In Sandusky, President Obama will be at a Betting on Sandusky Ice Cream Social.  In Parma, President Obama will be at a Betting on Parma Grassroots event.

Throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania, President Obama will talk about his efforts over the last three years to get our economy back on track -- from saving the auto industry, investing in manufacturing and bringing jobs back to America.

The President will also talk with voters in their communities about the choice in this election - whether we want to grow our economy from the middle out, not the top town. The President is rebuilding an economy meant to last - one that restores middle class security by investing in education, energy, innovation and infrastructure and reforms the tax code -- steps which will create American jobs, responsibly pay down our debt and ensure everyone - from Wall Street to Main Street - plays by the same rules and pays their fair share.

To pick up your ticket for the Parma event, visit one of the following locations beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 3, 2012.

Organizing for America Field Office

5734 Ridge Road

Parma, OH 44129

Organizing for America Field Office

13100 Shaker Square

Cleveland, OH 44120

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