Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama took time out of their campaign schedules to relax with family. Romney is in New Hampshire with his children and grandchildren. Obama is spending four days at Camp David in western Maryland.
* Both men are taking time off after a Supreme Court decision and before the Independence Day holiday. Reuters reports a new poll released today indicates more voters are supporting Obama after the ruling, but more than half still oppose the Affordable Care Act.
* Romney raised $4.6 million within 24 hours of the high court's decision. Romney promised to get rid of the law if elected.
* The Associated Press reports after Obama leaves Camp David, he will celebrate the Fourth of July holiday in the nation's capital with military families as his daughter Malia turns 14 on Wednesday.
* After the barbecue, Obama and invited guests will view one of the nation's largest fireworks displays as the Capitol Fourth combines music and fireworks near the Capitol building.
* Romney will be in his retreat on Lake Winnipesaukee for his family's annual "Romney Olympics," according to the Washington Post. Romney, his five sons and 18 grandchildren will gather for food, fun and some athletic competition in New Hampshire.
* Among the athletic competitions included for the vacation are kayaking, water skiing, baseball, basketball and tennis. More rustic sports include who can hammer the most nails into a board in two minutes, who can hang onto a pole the longest and throwing a football the farthest.
* The Los Angeles Times reports Romney will also take part in an Independence Day parade near his retreat.
* After Romney's vacation, he will go back to fundraising for his presidential campaign. The presumptive nominee will eventually make his way to Jackson Hole, Wyo., to fundraise with former Vice President Dick Cheney.
* After the Fourth of July holiday in Washington, Obama heads to Pennsylvania and Ohio on a bus tour. Those states were recently part of a bus tour by the Romney campaign and are considered vital swing states to win November's election.
William Browning is a research librarian specializing in U.S. politics. Born in St. Louis, Browning is active in local politics and served as a campaign volunteer for President Barack Obama and Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill.