Today on the campaign trail: Obama does MTV, Mitt in the Midwest

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Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama walks past each other on stage at the end of the last...
Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama walks past each other on stage at the end of the last...
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With just 11 days before Election Day, President Obama is going on a media blitz, sitting for ten media interviews from Washington D.C. that will play in seven battleground states.

He’ll also make an appeal to younger voters—a bloc that helped catapult him into the presidency in 2008—by doing an interview with MTV’s Sway Calloway from the White House. The special, “Ask Obama Live: An MTV Interview with the President,” will air at 5 p.m.

Romney, meanwhile, will give an economic speech in Ames, Iowa, before joining his running mate Paul Ryan for a rally in North Canton, Ohio.

Vice President Joe Biden will deliver remarks at a campaign event at the University of Wisconsin.

Before stopping in Ohio, Ryan will be busy fundraising in the deep south. He’s expected to meet with donors in Greenville, South Carolina before heading to Huntsville, Alabama for a second fundraiser.

According to new numbers, both presidential candidates are expected to raise a jaw-dropping $1 billion each by Election Day.

Today on the campaign trail: Obama does MTV, Mitt in the Midwest

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