BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Democratic leaders are welcoming a special guest at their annual Labor Day breakfast in Boston — President Barack Obama.

Obama is expected to attend the Monday morning event along with a host of other top Democrats, including U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.

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The breakfast takes place at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.

The breakfast is Obama’s first visit back to Massachusetts since the conclusion of his summer vacation on Martha’s Vineyard.

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Republican Gov. Charlie Baker said he plans to greet Obama when he arrives at Logan Airport, but doesn’t have any events scheduled with him.

A labor rally and march is also slated to begin at the Boston Common bandstand around noon following the conclusion of the breakfast.

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