(CNN) - With 11 days before Election day, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney delivers an economic speech in Ames, Iowa on Friday, then flies back to Ohio for a joint rally with his running mate Rep. Paul Ryan.
President Barack Obama spends the day in Washington, D.C., where he takes part in 10 media interviews, including an appearance on MTV.
See a schedule of the day's events after the jump.
11:30 a.m. ET – Ann Romney makes a campaign stop in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
11:40 a.m. ET – Ryan arrives Huntsville, Alabama.
11:45 a.m. ET – Vice President Joe Biden delivers remarks at a campaign event at the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh.
1 p.m. ET - Romney delivers an economic speech in Ames, Iowa at Kinzler Construction Services.
1:35 p.m. ET – Ann Romney attends a campaign event in Williamsburg, Virginia.
3 p.m. ET – Biden delivers remarks at a campaign event at University of Wisconsin in Parkside.
3:10 p.m. ET – Ann Romney makes a campaign stop in Richmond, Virginia.
5:30 p.m. ET - Michelle Obama attends a campaign event in Las Vegas.
7:15 p.m. ET - Romney and Ryan attend a rally in North Canton, Ohio.
Obama needs thorough Security. Obama, please be very alert on computers, put all cameras on voting sites.
It is scary but in a way funny to see so many people offering their support to R&R – two guys who are obviously not qualified to lead this country. I hope at some point before the country is totally doomed, white america will realize racism and their hatred for a black man is not worth destrying themselves, their country and possibily the world. The plain truth is, President Obama has been successful even while being hindered by a racist GOP party like no president in the history of this country.
Spending by each President for budgets they actually wrote. passed and
Reagan 1982-85 increase of 8.7%
Reagan 1985-89 increase of 4.9%
GHWBush 1990-93 increase of 5.4%
Clinton 1994-97 increase of 3.2%
Clinton 1998-01 increase of 3.9%
GWBush 2002-05 increase of 7.3%
GWBush 2006-09 increase of 8.1%
Obama 2010-13 increase of 1.4%