Zach Gibson Associated Press President Barack Obama high-fives a child on Saturday as he arrives at the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport in Newport News, Va.
Associated Press file, 2008 (above), 2011 Barack Obama and Mitt Romney eat plenty of pizza on the campaign trail. Pizza Hut wants to know if they prefer sausage of pepperoni.
Susan Walsh Associated Press President Barack Obama speaks at a campaign event Friday in Washington. Obama, who has had to cut short his debate preparations because of events like the tumult in the Middle East, plans to go to Nevada on Sunday to rehearse.
Tony Dejak Associated Press Supporters greet President Barack Obama on Wednesday at Kent State University in Ohio, a key swing state. A letter writer says it would save everyone a lot of trouble and money if only Ohio voted.
Mike Cardew Akron Beacon Journal President Barack Obama, foreground, greets supporters Wednesday at Kent State University during an Ohio campaign swing.
Stephen Crowley New York Times Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, flanked by President Barack Obama and Col. Wesley Smith, an Army chaplain, addresses the Andrews Air Force Base ceremony where the bodies of four Americans killed in Benghazi, Libya, were returned to the United States.
First lady Michelle Obama speaks to delegates Tuesday at the Democratic convention in Charlotte, N.C. She spoke of President Barack Obama's modest upbringing and urged delegates to help his cause as they did in 2008.
Carolyn Kaster Associated Press President Barack Obama and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, right, inspect drought-damaged corn in Missouri Valley, Iowa, during Obama's campaign bus tour.
Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press President Barack Obama greets supporters at a rally Wednesday in Denver as part of a two-day trip through Colorado, considered a key swing state. Meanwhile, GOP rival Mitt Romney took his campaign to Iowa, with six electoral votes.