(Cincinnati) -- A day after raising $3 million at a downtown Cincinnati fundraiser, Mitt Romney traveled to Seilkop Industries in Carthage on Thursday. He spoke to the crowd in full campaign mode, outlining his ideas and goals if elected President, blasting the economic policies of Barack Obama, who was also in Ohio, on Wednesday, but in Cleveland.
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Wednesday's fundraiser for GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney netted $3 million.
More than 600 supporters turned out for the general reception at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza. The closed event cost $2,500 to get in the door.
Romney has spent the night in Cincinnati. He will speak Thursday afternoon in Carthage at Seilkop Industries.
President Obama is also scheduled to make a visit to Ohio Thursday. He'll be campaigning at a community college in Cleveland.
(Cincinnati) A picture with Mitt Romney will cost $10,000 at Wednesday night's fundraiser for the presidential candidate at the Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel. The closed event will cost $2,500 just to get in the door. Thursday, Romney will visit a manufacturing business in Carthage. The Presumptive GOP nominee will then launch a six-state bus tour Friday in New Hampshire which will take him across northern Ohio on Sunday, including a restaurant in Troy, just north of Dayton. Romney will be joined in Ohio by rumored V-P contender Senator Rob Portman. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama will be back in Ohio Thursday. He'll be campaigning at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland.