(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.
(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.
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(CNN) – With 13 days until Election Day, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney campaigns in Nevada and Iowa, while his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, delivers a policy speech at Cleveland State University before heading to Georgia for a fund-raiser.
President Barack Obama, meanwhile, kicks off a two-day, multi-state tour through Iowa, Colorado and Nevada on Wednesday. Vice President Joe Biden wraps up a three-day Ohio swing with a campaign rally at a high school in Marion.
(CNN) - Fresh off of their third and final debate, President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney hit the campaign trail and campaign jointly with their running mates on Tuesday.
Obama starts off the day with a morning rally in Delray Beach, Florida, while Vice President Joe Biden stumps in Toledo, Ohio. The two will meet later in Dayton, Ohio for a joint event.
Romney and his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, begin with an afternoon rally in Henderson, Nevada - the suburb where Obama prepared for the first presidential debate earlier this month - and later rally supporters in Morrison, Colorado.
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(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.
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(CNN) - One day before the final presidential showdown, President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney spend Sunday in debate prep at Camp David and Boca Raton, Florida, respectively.
Meanwhile, Romney's running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, holds campaign events in Iowa and Colorado. Texas Gov. Rick Perry also hits the trail for Romney.
(CNN) - Days away from the third and final presidential debate - in Florida on Monday - President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney focus on their debate preparations. Obama convenes his study session at Camp David and Romney hunkers down in Florida, where he held a rally Friday night.
Their running mates - Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan - are on the trail, stumping in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Romney's wife, Ann, and Biden's wife, Jill, are also campaigning, as well as several surrogates. For Romney, those surrogates include Sen. Rand Paul and comedian Jeff Foxworthy.
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(CNN) - Both candidates are back on the trail Friday - Mitt Romney holds an evening rally with his running mate Paul Ryan in Florida, and President Obama holds an early rally in Virginia.
Joe Biden will hold two events in Florida, and Michelle Obama holds a pair of rallies in Wisconsin. Bill Clinton also campaigns in Wisconsin.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney share the stage for the second time this week at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, an annual mid-October black tie event that's been a ritual for presidential nominees since its founding in 1946.
But for that, Obama holds a late morning rally in New Hampshire, and tapes an appearance on "The Daily Show."
Romney has no public events aside from the dinner, but his running mate Paul Ryan begins a two day tour in Florida with a events in Ocala, Fort Myers, and Naples. Other surrogates for Romney on the trail: Rick Santroum in North Carolina and Ann Romney on "The View."
Surrogates for Obama are also on the trail - Bill Clinton heads to Parma, Ohio for an event with Bruce Springsteen, and Joe Biden holds an event in Las Vegas.
(CNN) - Fresh off of the second presidential debate, both candidates for the White House and their running mates hit the campaign trail on Wednesday.
President Barack Obama will stop in two swing states - Iowa and Ohio - while GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is in the battleground of Virginia.
Vice President Joe Biden is back on the campaign trail, too, after postponing events Monday and Tuesday following the death of former Sen. Arlen Specter. Biden will campaign in Colorado and nevada, while GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan stumps in Ohio, joined by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
See the full schedules after the jump.