10:45 am CT || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; MLK Boulevard, Madison, Wisconsin 11:55 am CT || Departs Madison 2:05 pm || Arrives Columbus, Ohio 4:10 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Nationwide Arena, Columbus 8:25 pm || Departs Columbus 9:00 pm CT || Arrives Des Moines, Iowa 9:50 pm CT || Delivers remarks; Intersection of East 4th Street and East Locust
President Obama is leading by a bit in many of the national and state polls out over the past week. But I think if you see Obama up by a point or two in a poll, you can probably assume Gov. Mitt Romney will actually come out on top on Election Day. And if Obama is up 3 or maybe four points, it’s still likely just
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8:00 am || Departs White House 9:30 am || Arrives Concord, New Hampshire 10:25 am || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; Capitol Square, Concord, New Hampshire; Bill Clinton also speaks 11:50 am || Departs Manchester, New Hampshire 2:50 pm || Arrives Hollywood, Florida 3:40 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; McArthur High School, Hollywood, Florida 5:00 pm || Departs Hollywood, Florida 7:10