President Obama is headed out next week for nearly non-stop campaigning, even though the election is still just under four months away.
Obama will spend only next Wednesday at the White House for unspecified “meetings,” according to White House officials traveling with the president today in Virginia, where is he also campaigning.
Obama will be campaigning again in Virginia Saturday, meaning he is spending the six out of the next eight days – including today – on the campaign trail.
The president is in Southern Virginia today and will be in the central and northern part of the state Saturday.
He will be in Cincinnati Monday and then travel to San Antonio and Austin Tuesday. The Texas stops are likely fundraisers, since Obama has no chance of winning the state.
On Thursday and Friday Obama will barnstorm the critical state of Florida, hitting Jacksonville, West Palm Beach – fundraiser alert! – and, after spending the night in Manalapan, traveling to Fort Myers and Orlando before heading back to Washington.