President Obama's campaign swing through northern Ohio, starting at the Wolcott House Museum in Maumee, was a model of efficiency.
When an incumbent has the resources and power of the Secret Service at his disposal, as Barack Obama did on Thursday, he starts with an advantage.
It turns out there was at least one unscripted moment in the "Betting On America Bus Tour" juggernaut.
A heckler who had a ticket to the Wolcott House event shouted out something while Obama was about to explain "what's holding us back from meeting these challenges."
Obama restarts his sentence, but then the pro-Obama crowd quickly breaks out into chants of "Four more years!"
The heckler was Jeremiah Van Buren, a 2009 Republican candidate for Toledo City Council.
Van Buren told us he got a ticket by standing in line at the Sylvania Obama campaign HQ and signing a sheet to be a volunteer, though he doesn't plan to volunteer.
He said he wanted to have a conversation with the President but decided to settle for yelling out during his speech. He called out "failure" and started to follow up with "Obamacare's a failure in Ohio," when he was drowned out. Van Buren, 25, said he decided to leave for his safety after somebody tapped his shoulder, and because he thought he might be arrested.
FYI, due to the distance from the President's podium to where the reporters were sitting in the back of the outdoor venue, the heckling was not audible to reporters. But it was caught on video and can be seen on the Daily Caller Web site.