Posted at 09:12 AM ET, 05/24/2012

Romney touting education plan in Philadelphia; Obama to Iowa | Campaign schedules

Mitt Romney will continue to push his education agenda with a visit to a charter school in Philadelphia on Thursday after announcing his support for vouchers and naming his education policy advisers earlier this week.
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney makes a point about children's education at the Annual Economic Summit at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington on May 23. (Larry Downing - Reuters)

And President Obama has one more campaign event in California on Thursday before he heads to the swing state of Iowa, where he’ll tour a wind turbine blade manufacturer and deliver remarks there on his “To Do List” for Congress.

Here’s a look at what is happening with each candidate and their campaigns Wednesday, courtesy of the White House press office and the PBS News Hour Political Calendar.

Thursday, May 24 (All times ET)

Obama campaign

12:30 p.m. President Obama attends a campaign event in San Jose, Calif.

12:45 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Vice President Biden attends campaign events in Charlotte

4:55 p.m. Obama tours TPI Composites, a wind turbine blade manufacturer in Newton, Iowa

5:15 p.m. Obama delivers remarks urging Congress to act on the “To Do List,” specifically highlighting the need to invest in clean energy by passing legislation

6:30 p.m. Vice president will attend a fundraiser for Tim Kaine in McLean, Va.

7:55 p.m. Obama delivers remarks at a campaign event

Romney campaign

8:45 a.m. Mitt Romney visits Universal Bluford Charter School in Philadelphia

Evening Fundraisers in Boston

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