The touring of key battleground states continued Saturday as both campaigns tried to court key demographics.
GOP Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan hosted a town hall-style event in Orlando where he took shots at President Obama for "failing to deliver the change" he campaigned for in 2008.
Earlier, Ryan was speaking to Latino voters in Miami's Little Havana, saying the country can't afford to hand the economy over to Obama for another four years.
"The problem with the president's failed leadership, the problem of blaming other people, the problem of ducking from the challenges is that these problems get bigger. A debt crisis hits us. More people fall into poverty," Ryan said.
Meanwhile, President Barack Obama is in Ryan's home state of Wisconsin.
The president won the state in '08 and is looking to shore up support, especially in the Democratic stronghold cities of Milwaukee and Madison.
Mitt Romney has fundraisers in San Diego and Los Angeles.