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President Plans Davenport Campaign Stop

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President Barack Obama is coming back to Davenport Wednesday, returning to a place with which he is very familiar.

The President is speaking at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds on Wednesday, October 24th. It's the same spot he visited in August 2008, when the then-Senator was battling Senator John McCain for the Presidency.

President Obama is returning to Iowa to kick off a two-day campaign blitz across six battleground states. After Davenport, he will fly to Denver (CO), Las Vegas (NV), Tampa (FL), Richmond (VA), and Cleveland (OH).

Wednesday's event is free and open to the public, but you need to have a ticket to get in. You can pick those up starting on Monday, October 22nd at any of the Obama campaign offices listed below:

Davenport Office - 1706 Brady Street #204

Bettendorf Office - 1630 State Street

Blue Grass Office - 114 South Mississippi Street