The Republican Party is preparing for the arrival of their presumptive Presidential Candidate.
State Senator Troy Balderson said Romney's main message will be about how to fix America and will try to rally support from independent and undecided voters.
"Independent voters, the softer party lines, whether it's a soft Democrat or whether it's a soft Republican but those are the people, there are still some people out there that aren't real sure of what to do," said Balderson.
Balderson said a local fixture like Tom's Ice Cream Bowl is the perfect place for Romney to campaign, given it's rich history and tradition.
"Bill Sullivan does a great job, he's a small business owner, and he employs people, and it's got some family tradition to it, it's been around for a really long time and I think that played a major role into choosing Tom's Ice Cream Bowl," added Balderson.
Several other big name politicians including Governor John Kasich, Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, U.S. Senator Rob Portman and Congressman Bill Johnson are also expected to attend the event.