Presidential candidates to attempt to win over undecided voters
22 days until the election, and the candidates for President are almost nowhere to be seen, leaving the campaigning to their runningmates and to their wives while they prepare in private for debate number two.
President Obama's only public appearance was Sunday when he stopped at campaign headquarters in Williamsburg, Virginia. Most of his work is happening at this nearby resort and golf club, where mister Obama is focused on trying to make up lost ground after a lackluster performance in his first debate. Democrats hope to see the President bring his stump speech criticism of Romney to the debate hall.
After running for office for more than a year when he called himself severely conservative, Mitt Romney is trying to convince you he is severely kidding.
Mitt Romney is now preparing in Boston, while runningmate Paul Ryan rallies supporters in his home state of Wisconsin, and Ohio.
Romney has had nearly two weeks to watch his post debate support grow. A new CNN poll of polls that averages seven national surveys finds Romney leading President Obama by one point.
In Tuesday's debate, There is a new twist. The candidates will talk with undecided voters making it more important than ever to win over the crowd.