More than 12,000 people turned out at the Red Rock amphitheater in the battleground state of Colorado Tuesday to hear Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.
"We're in the home stretch now, and I think the people of Colorado are going to get us all the way there, what do you think," Romney said.
Across the country...President Obama and Vice President Biden played to another packed house.
"Here in Ohio, you can vote early. Here in Ohio, you can vote right after this event," said President Obama.
The President kicks off a six state tour Wednesday that ends with him casting his own early ballot in his hometown of Chicago tomorrow.
Mitt Romney will work the west and midwest, with an early afternoon rally in Nevada followed by another in Iowa.
After months of speeches, campaigning, and debating, the two candidates still accuse one another of having no plan for the next four years.
"We haven't heard an agenda from the President and that is why his campaign is taking on water and our campaign is full speed ahead," Romney continued.
"I've laid out a plan for jobs and middle class security. Unlike mitt romney, I'm proud to talk about what's in my plan. Because first of all, the math actually adds up," the President fired back.
The Obama campaign plans to hand out a 20-page outline of the President's agenda to millions of voters in battleground states.
The Romney campaign continues to point to its website for his 5 point plan.