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Campaign Ramps Up For President
WASHINGTON (AP) — With only a couple of weeks to go before the election, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are picking up the pace. Obama will campaign nearly around the clock today, covering 5,300 miles. He'll be on the stump in Iowa, Colorado, California and Nevada, and then he'll overnight to Florida. Romney, too, is on the move with stops in Nevada and Iowa, before a three-stop swing in Ohio on Thursday.