One last trip to Florida for both campaigns

Both presidential campaigns are making one last trip to Florida before election day, as part of their last-minute efforts to sway voters in key states. With 29 electoral votes up for grabs, the Sunshine State is the largest toss-up and would go a long way toward delivering victory to either candidate.

GOP nominee Mitt Romney is scheduled to speak at 9 a.m. Monday at the Sanford International Airport, just outside of Orlando. Later in the afternoon, First lady Michelle Obama is slated to appear as part of a rally at Southport Park in Orlando. On Sunday, President Obama appeared in front of an estimated crowd of 23,000 at a high school football stadium in South Florida.

Romney will spend the rest of Monday bouncing around to other swing states, including Virginia, Ohio and New Hampshire. President Obama is set to campaign in Wisconsin, Ohio and Iowa.

Brady Dennis is a national reporter for The Washington Post, focusing on food and drug issues.

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