(CNN) - On Election Day, Mitt Romney wakes up at his home in Belmont, Massachusetts where he votes in his district, then takes off for a last minute swing through Ohio and Pennsylvania. He later returns to Boston for his campaign's Election night watch party at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan also wakes up at home, in Janesville, Wisconsin, where he votes, then flies to Cleveland. Later he heads to Richmond, Virginia, for another stop before traveling back to Boston for the campaign watch party.
President Barack Obama spends the day Tuesday doing local satellite interviews in Chicago and may find time to thank some campaign volunteers and play a game of basketball.
Vice President Joe Biden votes in his home state of Delaware, then flies to Chicago for the Obama watch party.
See the day's full schedule.
7 a.m. ET - Joe and Jill Biden vote in Greenville, Delaware.
8:35 a.m. ET - Mitt and Ann Romney vote in Belmont, Massachusetts.
9:45 a.m. ET - Ryan votes at Hedberg Public Library in Janesville, Wisconsin.
11:40 a.m. ET - Romney arrives in Cleveland, Ohio.
11:55 a.m. ET - Ryan arrives in Cleveland, Ohio.
2:55 p.m. ET - Romney arrives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
2:55 p.m. ET - Ryan arrives in Richmond, Virginia.
3 p.m. ET - Biden arrives in Chicago.
6 p.m. ET - Romney attends watch party at campaign headquarters in Boston.
6 p.m. ET– Obama attends watch party at campaign headquarters in Chicago.