Posted at 08:16 AM ET, 07/17/2012

Obama campaigns in Texas, Romney in Pa. | July 17 schedules

President Obama will campaign in Texas on Tuesday, where he has four fundraisers with gay and Latino donors in Austin and San Antonio.

Mitt Romney will hold an event outside Pittsburgh, where he will try to shift the election conversation from his time at Bain Capital to Obama’s political “payoffs,”saying the administration has shown favoritism to campaign donors.

Here’s your look at the campaigns’ schedules for Tuesday, July 17, from the candidates’ press offices and the PBS News Hour Political Calendar.

Tuesday, July 17 (All times ET)

Obama campaign

9:00 a.m. The president departs the White House en route to Texas

12:30 p.m. The president arrives in San Antonio

2:00 p.m. The president delivers remarks at a campaign event at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio

3:00 p.m. The vice president meets with a delegation of Australian leaders at the Naval Observatory

3:30 p.m. The president delivers remarks at a campaign event at a private residence in San Antonio

4:50 p.m. The president departs San Antonio for Austin

6:00 p.m. The vice president will attend an event for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

6:50 p.m. The president delivers remarks at a campaign event at Austin Music Hall, Austin, Texas

8:55 p.m. The president delivers remarks at a campaign event at a privat residennce in Austin

10:10 p.m. The president departs Austin, Texas en route to Washington

Romney campaign

1:20 p.m. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney holds a rally in Irwin, Pa.

4 p.m. Senator Norm Coleman addresses the United States Global Leadership Coalition’s 2012 Washington Conference

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