Obama, first lady, Ryan campaign across Ohio

ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS Associated Press Published:

GAMBIER, Ohio (AP) -- Hundreds of supporters of President Barack Obama are gathering at an Ohio college for a rally featuring first lady Michelle Obama.

Michelle Obama's appearance is one of several events Saturday in Ohio held by candidates from both campaigns.

Kenyon College in tiny Gambier was the site of the nation's longest voting lines in the closely contested 2004 presidential election.

Kenyon student Amy Morgan is from Westchester, N.Y., but said she cast an early ballot in Ohio Friday for President Obama because of Ohio's importance as a swing state.

The 20-year-old Morgan said she thinks the president has a chance of winning and has strong support among people her age.