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Jeb Bush, Romney and Biden visit Ohio

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Following President Barack Obama's visit to Cincinnati on Monday, several other big political names are visiting the Buckeye State.

Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney and Joe Biden are all visiting Ohio this week in light of the 2012 elections.

Bush visited United Performance Metals in Hamilton to tour the facility and address local Romney supporters. Bush is expected to offer remarks on what he calls a "disappointing three years for middle class Americans under the Obama Administration."

Bush endorsed Romney back in March.

Speaking of Romney, the presumptive Republican pick for President attended a private fundraiser in Toledo before heading to Bowling Green for a Town Hall meeting. Ohio Governor John Kasich joined Romney.

Vice President Joe Biden will travel to Columbus on Thursday as part of the Made in Ohio Manufacturing Tour.

Biden is expected to speak at 2:45 p.m. at the Plumbers and Pipefitter Local Union.

Biden's speech will highlight the impact of President Obama's efforts to strengthen Ohio's manufacturing industry and bolster middle-class security for Ohio's workers.

The Warren County Democratic Party Chairman says it's no surprise Gov. Bush is joining Romney on his campaign trail.

"Given Mitt Romney's economic plan for our country, it's no surprise he asked Gov. Bush to join him on the campaign trail. Mitt Romney's policies are the same failed economic policies that sank our economy into the worst economic recession since the Great Depression. Now, Mitt Romney seems to think these policies are the solution, rather than the problem. Despite inheriting an economy that was losing 800,000 jobs a month, President Obama took immediate action when taking office--- standing by American workers by investing in manufacturing and rescuing the American auto industry.  As a result, the private sector has added 4.4 million jobs over the past 28 months, approximately 150,000 of them right here in Ohio. We can't afford Mitt Romney's "Bush Era" economic plans in Ohio," said Bethe Goldenfield, Warren County Democratic Party Chairman.

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