(CNN) - Democratic candidates in three states are hoping Bill Clinton's star power will shine brightly on their campaigns today.
A recent Gallup poll showed that Clinton holds more sway than President Obama in convincing voters to support the candidate he's stumping for.
While Obama spends time out west, the former president continues his aggressive campaigning schedule today, making a whirlwind three state swing up the East Coast.
Clinton started his day in Miami, Florida at a rally for gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink, who is locked in a tight race with Republican candidate Rick Scott.
"She is the only person with an economic plan. If you want more jobs for Florida, you have to vote for Alex Sink for governor. This is not a close question." Clinton told the crowd at Miami-Dade College.
From there, he headed North to Asheville, North Carolina for a lunchtime event in support of Congressional candidate Heath Shuler's re-election bid.
Clinton ends his hectic day in Maryland, where he will join Governor Martin O'Malley at a rally in Baltimore. O'Malley is facing a challenge from former Republican Governor Bob Ehrlich.