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Bill Clinton joins Obama to campaign in key swing states

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As the two parties battle over key swing states, President Obama is enlisting some help from one of his biggest weapons -- Bill Clinton.

Clinton will appear with Clinton next week in Florida, Ohio and Virginia.

Meanwhile, Romney, who spent all day Thursday in Ohio, will hop across to Wisconsin on Monday.

From the Obama campaign:

On Monday, October 29, President Obama and President Bill Clinton will campaign in Orlando, Florida; Youngstown, Ohio; and Prince William County, Virginia. President Bill Clinton will introduce the President at all three grassroots events, and will lay out a clear picture of the economic choice Americans face in this election.

While on the trail, President Obama will share his vision to create an economy that's built to last versus going back to the same failed top-down policies that hurt middle-class families. The President has a concrete and specific second-term plan to continue restoring economic security to the middle class and to avoid returning to the same policies that crashed the economy. To view the President's plan, visit barackobama.com/plans. The President will highlight the choice facing Americans in this election between two fundamentally different visions of how to grow the economy, create middle-class jobs and restore middle-class economic security.

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There is an error in the second sentence. It should say: "Clinton will appear with Obama next week in Florida, Ohio and Virginia."

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