President Obama / David Karp, AP
President Obama spends Wednesday in Boston, talking about health care and raising campaign money (but not attending the World Series).
In the mid-afternoon, Obama speaks at Faneuil Hall to compare his new health care plan to the one operating in Massachusetts.
The president "will deliver remarks on the importance of providing all Americans with quality, affordable health insurance and the experience in Massachusetts, which passed its bipartisan health care law in 2006," says the White House schedule.
The speech will cite one of the architects of the Massachusetts plan: Mitt Romney, the former governor who ran against the president in last year's election.
Obama also attends a Boston fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee -- just a few hours before the Boston Red Sox host the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Six of the World Series.
The president is not expected to go to the game. He is scheduled to leave Boston about 90 minutes before the first pitch, so expect more than a few traffic and security challenges.
Before leaving for Boston in the morning, Obama has a meeting with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.
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