(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.
(CNN) – On the day before the election, Mitt Romney wraps up his final swing-state tour, starting with a rally in Florida then heading to Virginia for two events. Later he heads to Ohio for a rally and finishes the day with a final event in New Hampshire, where he kicked off his presidential campaign.
His running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, spends the day criss-crossing the country, starting with a rally in Nevada before heading to Denver and Iowa. In the evening, he travels to Ohio then flies home to Wisconsin for a late rally in Milwaukee.
(CNN) - It's all hands on deck - candidates and surrogates - for the final weekend of the 2012 campaign.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney starts off the day in New Hampshire, while his running mate stumps in Ohio. Romney then heads Iowa and Colorado and Ryan campaigns in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Florida.
President Barack Obama held a meeting at the FEMA headquarters on Saturday morning before begining his own day of campaigning. He will stump in Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Virginia.
Among the high-profile surrogates on the trail are former President Bill Clinton for Obama, House Speaker John Boehner for Romney, and both candidates' spouses.
See the full schedule after the jump.
(CNN) - On Friday, the October jobs report is released at 8:30 a.m. ET - it's the final set of monthly jobs data before next week's vote. Both candidates will be on the trail Friday, President Obama in Ohio, and Mitt Romney in Wisconsin and Ohio.
Joe Biden will campaign in Wisconsin, while Paul Ryan heads to Colorado, Iowa and Ohio.
(CNN) - After four days off the campaign trail to deal with Superstorm Sandy, President Barack Obama heads back to three battleground states Thursday - Wisconsin, Nevada and Colorado.
His rival Mitt Romney will stump in Virginia, a make-up day of sorts after he canceled events there Sunday ahead of the storm.
The running mates are on the trail too - Vice President Biden in Iowa, and Rep. Paul Ryan in Colorado and Las Vegas.
(CNN) - Mitt Romney heads back to the campaign trail Wednesday after taking two days off after Superstorm Sandy. He makes three stops in Florida, beginning with a rally in Tampa.
President Obama canceled his campaign events for Wednesday, and will instead tour damage from the storm with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Both running mates are on the trail: Paul Ryan in his home state of Wisconsin, and Vice President Biden in Florida.
(CNN) - With one week until Election Day, neither Mitt Romney nor President Barack Obama is on the trail Tuesday. Both canceled events because of the major storm that devastated parts of the East Coast Monday.
Mitt Romney will instead attend a storm relief event in the same venue where he had earlier planned a campaign rally. His running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, and his wife Ann will also attend similar events.
Meanwhile, former President Bill Clinton will campaign for Obama in Minnesota.
(CNN) - Mitt Romney campaigns in three battlegrounds Monday - Ohio, Iowa and Wisconsin. Meanwhile, Romney's running mate Paul Ryan is in Florida for stops in Fernandina Beach, Melbourne, and Lakeland.
Vice President Joe Biden is in Ohio. President Barack Obama, who flew to Florida Sunday but ended up canceling his rally there, will fly back to Washington to monitor weather developments.
(CNN) - Mitt Romney, who canceled a tour through Virginia Sunday ahead of inclement weather, will instead join his running mate Paul Ryan on a bus tour through Ohio.
Meanwhile, President Obama departs Washington Sunday evening for a campaign event in Florida on Monday.
(CNN) - As Election Day approaches, all four candidates are on the trail campaigning in battleground states on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the campaigns are looking ahead to Hurricane Sandy, who is on a path to batter the East Coast over the next several days, and how she will impact their campaign efforts.
President Barack Obama campaigns in New Hampshire, whose four electoral votes could help either candidate reach the 270 mark.
Republican nominee Mitt Romney will stump in Florida, the largest prize - 29 electoral votes - rated as a "toss up" between the two candidates on the CNN Electoral Map.
He will be joined at his Florida rallies by Sen. Marco Rubio, a popular Republican from the Sunshine State.
Vice President Joe Biden is in Virginia, which has 13 electoral votes.
GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan holds events in Ohio. The Buckeye State holds 18 electoral votes and is considered important for both campaigns.
Romney's wife, Ann, is also on the trail Saturday, holding events in Virginia.
See the full schedule below the jump.