Ohio will get its second dose of presidential fever on Monday when Vice President Joe Biden makes a stop in Toledo.
Biden will be in Toledo after President Barack Obama's trip to Columbus Wednesday, the latest in a string of fundraising stops.
The White House has confirmed that Biden will be in the Glass City to visit the Chrysler Jeep assembly complex in North Toledo. He will also be in town helping to raise campaign money for Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland.
President Obama is in Columbus Wednesday to talk about the economy and appear at a Strickland fundraiser.
Biden's most recent visit to Northwest Ohio was in June 2009 when he toured the new Willard and Kelsey solar plant in Perrysburg.