As the nation was captivated Tuesday evening by the Super Tuesday voting numbers coming out of 10 different contests, the Obama-Biden campaign announced that Vice President Joe Biden would begin his official role on the trail next week. Unsurprisingly, Biden will make his first appearance in the hotly contested state of Ohio, where he will make a speech and attend a series of public events. Biden is expected to make several speeches over the next three weeks, all of which are reportedly free and open to the public. The Obama campaign is said to have 12 campaign staffers on the ground in Ohio in nine field offices and has launched TV ads in the state attacking Mitt Romney while touting the president's record ahead of today's primary.
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