President Obama brings his re-election campaign to the Kent State University campus on Wednesday, and free tickets are being handed out on Monday morning.
Editor's note: all tickets to the event have been given away as of Monday afternoon.
The president will speak at the MAC Center, with doors opening Wednesday at 3:30 PM.
Tickets will be handed out starting at 9 AM Monday at three locations: Risman Plaza on the KSU campus, and the Obama campaign offices in Kent and in East Akron.
The free tickets are first-come, first-serve, with one ticket given out per person.
President Obama last visited the Akron area on August 1st, holding a campaign rally at the Knight Center in downtown Akron.
Obama's Republican opponent, Mitt Romney, will be speaking in the Cleveland area the same day, part of a bus tour of much of the state. He'll be accompanied by his running mate, Paul Ryan.
Both presidential candidates have visited Ohio, a key battleground state, frequently during this campaign season.