In the morning, President Obama will visit the Ford Motor Company Chicago Assembly Plant and continue to tell the story of how the tough choices he made to save the American auto industry were necessary to save a million American jobs, stave off economic devastation in our auto communities and revitalize an entire American industry.
Later this year, the Chicago Assembly Plant will begin production of the new, fuel efficient 2011 Ford Explorer. Ford just announced that thanks in part to new Department of Energy loan guarantees aimed at helping companies retool their plants to make more fuel efficient vehicles, the Chicago plant is adding 1,200 new jobs.
In the afternoon, the president will deliver remarks on behalf of Senate Candidate Alexi Giannoulias at the Palmer House Hilton. Later, Mr. Obama will deliver remarks at a DNC finance event at the Chicago Cultural Center.
In the evening, the president will attend a DNC finance event at a private residence.
Later in the evening, Mr. Obama will return to Washington, DC.
Here's the Full Schedule from the White House (all times Eastern):
10:55AM: President Obama tours the Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant
11:15AM: President Obama delivers remarks at the Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant
1:45PM: President Obama delivers remarks on behalf of Senate Candidate Giannoulias
6:15PM: President Obama delivers remarks at a DNC finance event
7:00PM: President Obama attends a DNC finance event
8:50PM: President Obama departs Chicago, Illinois en route Andrews Air Force Base
10:25PM: President Obama arrives at Andrews Air Force Base
10:40PM: President Obama arrives at the White House