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Originally published Thursday, August 12, 2010 at 2:40 PM

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Obama to begin five-state campaign swing next week

President Barack Obama is heading into another intense round of fundraising - a three-day, five-state swing to raise money for Democratic candidates on the ballot in November.

The Associated Press

WASHINGTON —

President Barack Obama is heading into another intense round of fundraising - a three-day, five-state swing to raise money for Democratic candidates on the ballot in November.

Starting Monday, Obama will make stops in Wisconsin, California, Washington state, Ohio and Florida before returning to the White House on Wednesday. In Wisconsin, he will tour ZBB Energy Corp. and make remarks.

In Seattle, Obama will headline campaign events for Sen. Patty Murray of Washington. He'll also discuss the new health care law at a meeting of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

After the swing, Obama is scheduled to take his family to Martha's Vineyard, Mass., for vacation.

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