President Barack Obama will be visiting Minnesota on June 1, according to a person close to the president's Minnesota campaign who didn't want to be identified because the details of the trip have yet to be worked out.
The president's time here will likely involve a mix of events, including fundraising.
In the last few months, Minnesota has been visited by several individuals close to Obama, including First Lady Michelle Obama, Jim Messina, Obama's campaign manager, and David Axelrod, a senior adviser to the campaign.
During his visit to Minnesota visit last month, Axelrod said he doesn't expect Minnesota to be a battleground state, but that the campaign isn't taking the state for granted, either.
Vice President Biden was also here on 4/11.