President Barack Obama will be speaking tomorrow in Galesburg, Illinois and then Warrensburg, Missouri.  His first stop will be at Knox College in Galesburg with his second stop at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg.

The lines began forming in front of the Knox College Office of Communications Monday morning for those wanting tickets to see President Barack Obama speak at the college on Wednesday. The tickets were made available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The President will offer a major address on the economy in the T. Fleming Fieldhouse tomorrow at 11:50 a.m.

Then it will be on to Missouri in what will be a history-making event for the University of Central Missouri. The White House staff  announced that the President will visit that university to speak about the economy on Wednesday afternoon. The President's speech in Warrensburg will take place at the large court area on the lower south part of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, 500 S. Maguire St., Warrensburg.

Free tickets are required to hear the speeches at both locations.