BALTIMORE - President Obama will make two stops in Maryland to raise money for his campaign.
The President will be here at the Hyatt Regency on Light Street for an afternoon fundraiser.
He's trying to make some gains after Mitt Romney raised almost $17 million more than Obama in May.
Before heading here to the Hyatt, he'll attend a private luncheon at the home of an Owings Mills developer.
Guests will pay up to $50,000 to mingle with the President there.
Governor O'Malley, who has been raising funds on the President's behalf, will be at today's event at the Hyatt.
Tickets are sold out. They cost from $250 for general admission to $10,000 for a reception with the president.
Obama will then deliver remarks at 3:45 this afternoon.
After that he heads to BWI to leave for a fundraiser in Philadelphia tonight.
The event here at the Hyatt is expected to wrap up at around 4, so you can expect some traffic delays in the area.
Romney's wife Ann is set to attend a private fundraiser for her husband at the BWI Marriott tonight.