Obama Schedules Trip to Southeast Wisconsin

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    AP

    President Barack Obama plans to travel to Southeast Wisconsin next week to discuss the economy.

    Obama will head there on Wednesday June 30.

    The White House just released a note for planning purposes. They say more details will be available in the coming days.

    Recently the president has been making stops in small towns as part of his main street America tour to tout the improving economy and improving job numbers.

    He's focused his trips on rust belt towns. In April he went to Macon, Missouri and Quincy, Illinois. Then in May he stopped by Buffalo New York and Youngstown, Ohio.