ORLANDO, Fla. -

President Barack Obama and Bill Clinton will campaign together next week in Orlando, as well as two other battleground states.

The Obama for America campaign announced Thursday that Clinton will join Obama at grassroots events on Monday, October 29, in Orlando, as well as Youngstown, Ohio, and Prince William County, Va.

Details of the events have not yet been released.

While Clinton has been an active supporter of the president, Obama's campaign is ramping up his role in the election's waning days. Clinton is featured in a new campaign advertisement in which he argues that Obama's "got it right" with his economic agenda.

Monday's stops will be the first joint rallies the two presidents have held together during the 2012 campaign. They have previously attended joint fundraisers and appeared together briefly at the Democratic Party's convention.

Obama was in Florida on Thursday morning, campaigning in downtown Tampa for a rally at Ybor State Museum Park.

Meanwhile, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, along with Sen. Marco Rubio, will hold a campaign stop in Kissimmee over the weekend.

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