(CNN) – The candidates hit the trail Thursday, making stops in California, Missouri, Nebraska and Washington.
See their full schedules after the jump.
2:40 p.m. ET - Mitt Romney attends a campaign event in Omaha, Nebraska.
3:50 p.m. ET - President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a fundraiser in Seattle.
6:15 p.m. ET - Obama delivers remarks at a second fundraiser in Seattle.
11:20 p.m. ET - Obama delivers remarks at a campaign event at actor George Clooney's home in Los Angeles.
Romney will attend fundraisers Omaha, Nebraska on Thursday afternoon and in Kansas City, Missouri on Thursday evening.
And Ron Paul?
The president's got my vote. I want to keep intelligent people in the White House for as long as possible, and we've got that with the Democrats.
Why is that Mitt Romney doesn't talk about his record as Governer of Mass? He never talks about his record unless he is directly asked about it. Why not? Because it is terrible. Low job growth during a period when his Democratic led neighboring states were doing well.
The jobs record alone is not good enough reason to avoid the topic. A better reason are the liberal statements that he made campaigning. Those liberal positions would not have sat well with conservative voters during the primaries.
wow, when hasnt obaam been campaigning, he is the joke of the crowd and is now a gay supporter for votes or is obama leaving micheal for joe, hmmmm