President Bush will make his seventh trip to Ohio today since he took office. Bush's visit to Cleveland is expected to promote his domestic agenda. His speech at the city's Playhouse Square Center will focus on school choice and welfare reform. He'll also talk about the work of faith-based institutions. Because Ohioans' attitudes usually mirror those of the country, the politically important state has become a place for Bush to test-market his deomestic agenda. Bush was last in Ohio less than three weeks ago speaking at Ohio State University's commencement.