Former President Bill Clinton campaigned on behalf of President Barack Obama on Thursday. A crowd of nearly 2,000 people heard the 42nd President of the United States urge the re-election of the 44th President of the United States. "I like President Obama's plan to invest in education and to build a modern day economy which will help push poor people into the middle class," Mr. Clinton said.
First time voter Megan Howard enjoyed Clinton's remarks. "He talked about Obama wanting to continue helping college students and seniors; it was great," Ms. Howard said.
Clinton's appearance in Perrysburg was the first of three campaign stops in Ohio on Thursday. Clinton heads to Florida on Friday for 5 campaign events.