President Barack Obama will be campaigning in the hotly contested states of Ohio and Nevada on Tuesday.
During his stop in Ohio, Obama is expected to focus on what he says would be the detrimental impact of Paul Ryan's budget proposal on education, and later in the day in Nevada, he's expected to shift to the economy.
Ryan, meanwhile, will spend Tuesday campaigning and raising money in Pennsylvania, while Mitt Romney will be in Texas attending fundraisers.
Vice President Joe Biden will be back out campaigning again on Tuesday. This time it will be Minnesota.
But the big politics story Tuesday is certain to be Rep. Todd Akin and whether his "legitimate rape" comment will force him to drop out of the Senate race in Missouri. He canceled an interview with CNN's Piers Morgan on Monday, which increased speculation about his plans, but a poll by Public Policy Polling that was conducted and released on Monday showed him still leading Democratic incumbent Claire McCaskill.
The Associated Press points out that Missouri election law allows candidates to withdraw 11 weeks before Election Day. That means the deadline to exit the Nov. 6 election is 5 p.m. Tuesday. Akin faces mounting pressure from many within the Republican Party to drop out.
And then there is this: A Tampa Bay student Youth and Government Club is painting signs for the Republican National Convention, which begins this coming Monday. The signs will be consistent with the convention theme of "A Better Future."
Sources: Yahoo! News, Associated Press