President Barack Obama has visited 48 states while president. This week he'll make it 49 when he hits Utah for the first time. (Obama opted not to spend time campaigning in the state where his 2012 opponent Mitt Romney went to college--BYU--and now lives.) On Friday Obama will speak at Hill Air Force Base in Utah.
South Dakota is the only state left for Obama to visit as president, though he did visit Mount Rushmore in 2008 when he was campaigning for his first election. South Dakota will no doubt get to host Obama before he leaves his current job. Though it sent two Republicans to the Senate in the last elections, the state has plenty of golf courses to offer the commander-in-chief. Plus we know President Obama has a competitive streak. President George H.W. Bush visited all 50 states, as did President Bill Clinton. President George W. Bush missed only Vermont, according to CNN.
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