(WASHINGTON) — President Obama, Mitt Romney, and their surrogates are back on the road Wednesday, fanning out across battleground states, following Tuesday night’s debate in New York.
Obama is in Iowa for an afternoon rally before flying into the Buckeye state to speak with supporters at Ohio University in Athens.
Romney will spend the day in Virginia, making stops in Chesapeake and Leesburg.
With just less than three weeks now until Election Day, Obama and Romney are set to zero in on the handful of states still in the balance. Their charge: Stir supporters whose motivation to vote might be wavering and get them to the polls.
“Both candidates decided they were going to rouse partisans,” ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos said moments after Obama and Romney left the ring in New York, “rouse supporters and not so much worry about uncommitted voters.”
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