Nevada, Colorado, Wisconsin, Virginia, Ohio...
President Obama departs the White House on Sunday, Sept. 30 to spend three days in the battleground state of Nevada ahead of the first Presidential Debate on Wednesday, October 3rd at the University of Denver in Colorado. The President has made sixteen trips to Nevada since 2009 and eight trips this year. He will hold a campaign rally in Las Vegas this evening. First Lady Michelle Obama will join the President at the Debate on Wednesday. (Above: The campaign's newly unveiled re-election poster)
The days after the Debate will have the President hopscotching through swing states to attend more campaign rallies.
On Sunday evening at 6:50 PM local time, President Obama will speak at a campaign rally at Desert Pines High School in Las Vegas. The President will stay overnight in Henderson, Nevada.
On Monday and Tuesday, the President will remain in Henderson to prepare for the first Presidential Debate against GOP opponent Mitt Romney at the University of Denver.
On Wednesday, Mrs. Obama will join her husband in Denver for the Debate. The President and the First Lady will remain overnight in Denver.
On Thursday morning, the President will deliver remarks at a campaign event in Denver, Colorado.
In the afternoon, the President will travel from Denver to Madison, Wisconsin where he will deliver remarks at a campaign event.
The President will return to Washington, DC in the evening.
On Friday morning, the President will deliver remarks at a campaign event in Vienna, Virginia.
In the afternoon, the President will travel to Cleveland, Ohio where he will deliver remarks at a campaign event before returning to Washington, DC in the evening.
*Photo image from Obama for America