President Barack Obama will visit Minneapolis on Monday, according to a White House official. No other details were immediately available.
Obama last visited Minnesota on June 1 when he toured Honeywell's Golden Valley plant and announced an initiative aimed at helping veterans get the credentials they need to land jobs in manufacturing and industries such as health care and trucking. He also attended a series of fundraisers in Minneapolis that day as he geared up for re-election.
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