Monday was a big day for supporters of President Bush. More than 50-thousand people attended President Bush's rally Monday afternoon at Voice Of America Park in West Chester.
The President marked his 26th visit to Ohio by stopping at both county fairgrounds in Springfield as well as Cincinnati.
The president is working hard to see to it that his three-point-six percent Ohio victory margin from the 2000 election holds this year, as well. The Buckeye state's 20 electoral votes are important in the tight race for the White House.
Bush will be back again on Saturday with three scheduled stops, including an address to the National Association of Home Builders in Columbus.
Because of the rally Tylersville road will be closed from Noon til 6 p.m. Monday between Cox and Butler Warren roads.
Some Tri-State schools will be letting out early today. Lakota schools and Mother Teresa will all be let out two hours early. School officials say they're not promoting Bush they're just trying to ease traffic .
FOX19 will have team coverage of the President's visit tonight on the FOX19 Ten O'clock news!
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