11:50: Michelle Obama joins elected officials to announce public and private sector commitments for her Let’s Move! initiative in Pennsylvania (CNN live streaming)
12:30: Jay Carney briefs the press (White House live)
2:25: President Obama honors the 2012 NCAA Women’s Basketball Champion Baylor Bears (White House live)
4:15: Michelle Obama is briefed on tornado recovery by local officials in Birmingham, Alabama and meets children affected by the storm (CBS live streaming)
5:40 President Obama attends a campaign event at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel (Closed press)
6:00: Michelle Obama delivers remarks at a campaign fundraising event in Birmingham
Steve Benen: In 2008, Latino voters overwhelmingly supported Barack Obama over John McCain, siding with the Democrat by a 36-point margin, 67% to 31%, according to exit polls. The president won’t be able to improve upon this, will he?
Actually, he might. Latino Decisions released a new poll this morning, pointing to an even larger gap between Obama and Republican Mitt Romney, with the president leading 70% to 22%. It’s the first time in nearly two years of Latino Decisions polls that Obama has reached this level of support.