(CNN) - President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney meet for their third and final debate on Monday, where they'll discuss foreign policy in Boca Raton, Florida.
As early voting begins in Colorado, GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan hold three campaign rallies in the state, then wraps up the day with a watch party in Grand Junction. Also on the trail, Vice President Joe Biden begins a three-day swing through Ohio.
See a full schedule of the day's events after the jump:
11:30 a.m. ET - Biden delivers remarks at a campaign event at J. Babe Stearn Community Center.
12 p.m. ET - Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida attends an event for Romney in Hialeah, Florida.
1 p.m. ET - Ryan attends an event in Pueblo West, Colorado.
1 p.m. ET - Texas Gov. Rick Perry attends an event for Romney in Fallon, Nevada.
1:40 p.m. ET - Obama arrives in West Palm Beach, Florida.
3 p.m. ET - Perry attends an event in Yerington, Nevada.
3 p.m. ET - First lady Michelle Obama speaks to supporters in Broward County, Florida.
3:15 p.n. ET - Biden delivers remarks at a campaign event in Lorain, Ohio.
4:45 p.m. ET - Ryan attends campaign event in Durango, Colorado.
5:30 p.m. ET - Perry attends an event for Romney in Carson City, Nevada.
8 p.m. ET - Ryan attends a watch party at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction.
9 p.m. ET - Obama and Romney participate in the third presidential debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida.