Friday (all times ET):
10:20: President Obama delivers remarks at Franklin County Fairgrounds in Hilliard, Ohio
12:15: VP Biden delivers remarks at Aldrich Middle School in Beloit, Wis.
12:55: President Obama delivers remarks at Springfield High School, Ohio
3:20: President Obama delivers remarks at Lima Senior High School in Lima, Ohio
5:00: VP Biden delivers remarks at Superior Middle School
6:40: President Obama arrives at the White House
Michelle Obama campaigns at Hampton University and Virginia State University
President Bill Clinton campaigns in Fort Myers, Palm Beach, Palm Bay, St. Petersburg and Tallahassee, Florida
(Will check times tomorrow)
President Obama will hold campaign events in Mentor, Ohio; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Dubuque, Iowa and Bristow, Virginia.
President Bill Clinton will campaign in Chesapeake and Roanoke and then join President Obama and Dave Matthews for an evening grassroots event in Bristow.
Vice President Biden will campaign in Pueblo and Arvada, Colorado.
The President will campaign in Concord, New Hampshire; Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Cincinnati, Ohio and Aurora, Colorado.
President Obama will spend the final day of the campaign in Madison, Wisconsin; Columbus, Ohio; and Des Moines, Iowa. He will kick off the day in Madison, where he will be joined by Bruce Springsteen, who will perform and introduce the President. The President and Springsteen will then travel to Columbus, where they will be joined by JAY Z, who will follow Springsteen on stage and introduce the President after his performance. The President will end his final day of campaigning in Des Moines, where he will be joined by First Lady Michelle Obama following a third performance by Bruce Springsteen. The President and First Lady will end their last 2012 campaign swing in the state that launched the President’s successful campaign four years ago before returning home to Chicago.
VP Biden will hold a rally in Virginia with his wife Jill.
(I’m missing a bunch of events, I think, will update tomorrow)
Let’s do this.