UNDATED (WKZO) -- Both Presidential Campaigns are coming to Michigan over the next two weeks. President Obama's re-election campaign is expected to launch a statewide effort this week to highlight the effect of the auto industry bailout in Michigan. Throughout the week, the campaign will highlight communities and industries that have benefited from the bailout. Obama's Michigan effort comes as a recent poll shows that the President is in a dead heat with projected Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
Romney plans several stops in Michigan next week. The Detroit native's bus tour, which kicks off on Friday, will visit at least three cities in Michigan on June 19th. The next day Romney is scheduled to attend fundraisers in Grand Rapids and Troy.