ORLANDO, Fla. - President Barack Obama will campaign in Orlando on Monday at the University of Central Florida, according to Obama's campaign team.
Obama, who will joined by former president Bill Clinton will speak at the Memory Mall at UCF at 9 a.m.
The event is free and open to the public but tickets are required for entrance. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis at the following locations starting Saturday at 9 a.m.:
OFA- FL East Orange Field Office, 3151 N. Alafaya Trail Suite 102.
BVL Community Park, 419 Buena Ventura Boulevard.
Southside Church of Christ, 4701 Raleigh Street.
Kaley Square Park, 2106 Westmoreland Drive.
Barber Park, 3701 Gatlin Avenue.
Parkside/Coventry Park, 2730 Coventry Lane.
Mitt Romney will also be speaking in Kissimmee on Saturday. For information on obtaining tickets for Romney's event, visit Romney's campaign website. You can also watch Romney's campaign event on ClickOrlando.com at 4:40 p.m. Saturday.
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