Will President Obama Stop in Auburn, Seneca Falls, or Geneva?

Speculation now is running wild on where President Barack Obama will stop next week in Upstate New York. Will the president make side trips as he travels past Upstate historic sites?  

Earlier this year, Congressman Dan Maffei invited the president to visit the Harriet Tubman Home in Auburn.  

During Bill Clinton's presidency, he stopped in Seneca Falls and Waterloo in 1999 to visit the sites connected to the Women's Rights movement. 

Sarah Palin traveled to Seneca Falls before her appearance at Auburn's first Founder's Day in 2009.

Sarah Palin stopped in Seneca Falls in 2009  joining State Senator Michael Nozzolio and officials from the Womens Right's National Historical Park, and the National Women's Hall of Fame.  Photo Senator Nozzolio. 

The White House was interested two years ago in the Zoto's Wind Turbines which was built with federal stimulus money. At the time the turbines were billed as the largest wind energy project at a manufacturing facility in the United States, and a showcase of green energy.

President Obama is expected to travel by bus across upstate New York next Thursday and Friday.

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