Fang Zhe ZUMA24.com Mitt Romney speaks Thursday in Richmond, Va. Like Virginia, Florida is now considered a battleground state in Tuesday's election.
Charles Dharapak Associated Press GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney helps collect donations of food and supplies for storm victims at an event Tuesday in Kettering, Ohio.
Stephen Crowley New York Times Gov. Mitt Romney laughs with Bob White during a flight to Nevada last week. White has worked with Romney for three decades, and the GOP presidential candidate refers to him as "my wingman."
David Goldman Associated Press Moderator Candy Crowley rehearses Monday for tonight's debate in Hempstead, N.Y., with stand-ins for GOP nominee Mitt Romney, left, and President Barack Obama. Both campaigns have expressed concern that Crowley will take too active a role in the debate.
Charles Dharapak Associated Press Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney picks up a child on Saturday as he campaigns at the Golden Lamb restaurant in Lebanon, Ohio. The state is a battleground in the campaign.
Evan Vucci Associated Press Mitt Romney speaks with the media as his campaign plane heads to Boston on Friday. Polls suggest that the persistent focus on Romney's wealth has taken a deep toll on his image.
Charles Dharapak Associated Press Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, a Mormon, engages supporters Thursday in Sarasota, Fla. American Mormons identify strongly with Romney's themes of self-reliance and a preference for community solutions over government intervention.
Charles Dharapak Associated Press Mitt Romney, in Costa Mesa, talks about a video showing him writing off "47 percent" of voters "dependent upon government." His comments to donors weren't "elegantly stated," Romney said.
Olivier Douliery Abaca Press GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney takes his campaign to Fairfax, Va., where he refocused on economic issues Thursday in the wake of the assault on U.S. missions in the Mideast and deaths of four officials. Romney maintained his criticism of the Obama administration's handling of the crisis.
Charles Dharapak Associated Press GOP candidate Mitt Romney talks at a National Guard Association convention Tuesday in Reno. In college, he backed the Vietnam War.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, left, greets House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, at a rally Saturday at Cincinnati's Union Terminal. Romney will take today and Monday off.