With early voting already underway in Ohio, the First Lady will speak about what’s at stake in this election for Ohioans and ask them to help organize their communities and get out the vote between now and election day,” said a campaign press release.
Public access to the event will start at 3 P.M. Admission is free, but tickets must acquired in advance at the Democratic party’s “Organizing for America” offices on Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, on Shaker Square in Shaker Heights, or on Ridge Road in Parma.
Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis on Friday from 5 PM to 9 PM. Any tickets left after Friday night will be distributed on Saturday from 11 AM to 9 PM, the campaign says.
Earlier in the afternoon, Mrs. Obama will deliver a similar speech at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio.
Both presidential candidates and their surrogates have made frequent campaign visits to Ohio to secure the swing state’s 18 electoral votes. Mrs. Obama was most recently in Ohio on Oct. 2, when she visited Cincinnati to urge people take advantage of the state’s early voting law.