(The Hill) — President Obama will hold a televideo conference with Iowa caucus voters on Tuesday evening.
He will hold the event at 8:15 p.m., the White House announced Monday.
Obama hasn’t campaigned in the early caucus state during the primary process, given he doesn’t have any competition, but the state gave his 2008 campaign its start when he won the caucuses that year.
Plus, Iowa will be a swing state in the 2012 general election. Obama won the state in the 2008 general election but it went Republican in 2004, voting for then-President George W. Bush.
The president and his family arrive back in Washington Tuesday morning after spending the past week on vacation in Hawaii.