By KEN THOMAS, Associated Press
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton plans to campaign for President Barack Obama in Ohio and Florida next week, seeking to bring the momentum of his convention speech to the nation's two largest battleground states.
Obama's campaign says details on Clinton's itinerary of campaign events were still being finalized Thursday.
Clinton gave a forceful speech at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday, calling for Obama's re-election. He has said he would campaign extensively for the Democratic ticket this fall.
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