Washington (CNN) - Former Vice President Dick Cheney and former President George H.W. Bush are headlining major fund-raisers for the Romney campaign, a source familiar with the events tells CNN.
Cheney, along with talk show host Glenn Beck and entertainer Lee Greenwood, are attending an event in Dallas Thursday night. Romney attended two fund-raisers with Cheney in Wyoming this last July.
(CNN) - A new TV ad from President Barack Obama's campaign highlights multiple instances where Mitt Romney has expressed his support for overturning Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision on abortion.
Both campaigns have produced ads in the past two weeks sparring over Romney's position on abortion and Planned Parenthood, with Obama's spots highlighting Romney's anti-abortion positions.
(CNN) - In a new radio ad released Thursday, Mitt Romney's campaign featured one of the biggest flashpoints from the final presidential debate, attempting to turn the tables on the president's quip about "horses and bayonets."
The one-minute spot, "Our Navy," features Romney's argument that the Navy is smaller than any time since 1917, citing a downsizing of 313 ships to 285 ships.
EDITOR'S NOTE: CNN has sent dozens of reporters, producers, contributors and correspondents to the key battleground states to cover the final days of the 2012 election. Here is a brief report from one team:
Tampa, Florida (CNN) – One audible sign that President Barack Obama's marathon campaign schedule is taking a toll: his voice.
"My voice is getting a little hoarse, but I'm just going to keep on keeping on until every single person out there is going to vote," Obama told a crowd of 8,500 at a park in Tampa.
(CNN) - Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said Thursday he's endorsing President Barack Obama for a second time, saying he was "uncomfortable" with Mitt Romney's views on foreign policy.
"I voted for him in 2008, and I plan to stick with him in 2012," Powell said on CBS' "This Morning." "And I'll be voting for he and for Vice President Joe Biden next month."
(CNN) - President Barack Obama is bringing out the big dog.
The president's re-election campaign announced Thursday that former President Bill Clinton will join Obama on the campaign trail Monday, at events in Orlando, Florida, Youngstown, Ohio and Prince William County, Virginia.
(CNN) - With 12 days before Election Day, Mitt Romney makes three stops in Ohio, while his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, campaigns in Virginia Thursday.
Meanwhile, President Barack Obama continues his multistate swing with stops in Florida, Virginia, Ohio and Illinois, where he'll cast his early in-person ballot, becoming the first president in history to use early voting.
Vice President Joe Biden travels to South Dakota to attend an evening prayer service for the late Sen. George McGovern.
See a full schedule of the day's events after the jump.
Cleveland, Ohio (CNN) - In a week Paul Ryan will campaign in the battleground state of Wisconsin but the visit was partially designed so the GOP vice presidential nominee can be with his kids on Halloween.
Ryan made it clear he won't miss being with his kids on the dress-up holiday in a radio interview earlier this month.
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CNN: Doubts surface over e-mail on claim of responsibility for Benghazi attack
The often fiercely political debate over who knew what – and when – about the September 11 assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi has taken another turn with the disclosure of a series of e-mails sent from the State Department on the night of the attack. But the most explosive of the e-mails – which were released late Tuesday – may have been inaccurate, a "spot report" on a rapidly evolving and highly confusing situation.
CNN: GOP Senate candidate accuses Dems of distorting his rape comments
U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock said Wednesday that he is sorry if he offended anyone by saying that pregnancies from rape are "something that God intended to happen" but accused Democrats of distorting his comments for political gain. "For those who want to kind of twist the comments and use them for partisan, political gain, I think that's what's wrong with Washington these days," the Indiana candidate said.