When Vice President Joe Biden hits the campaign trail in the pivotal swing state of Ohio this week, he will likely focus on one of the Obama administration’s successes – the bailout of the auto industry.
Biden gives the first in a series of four high profile speeches at a United Auto Workers union hall in Toledo on Thursday.
A Democratic campaign official tells CNN the speeches are designed "to begin framing the core issues of the general election."
The auto industry in Ohio, a critical swing state in the upcoming presidential election, is key to the state’s economy.
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