President Obama and challenger Mitt Romney are making additional stops in Iowa later this week.
Romney plans to campaign Wednesday in Cedar Rapids, making it a busy day for presidential candidates in the state.
Romney, the Republican nominee, will speak at a rally Wednesday night at a Cedar Rapids airport hangar. On Wednesday morning, President Barack Obama will speak at a rally at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds in Davenport.
Their appearances will follow Monday's night's final debate and come less than two weeks before the Nov. 6 election.
Most polls show a tight race nationally. Iowa is among nine battleground states that are expected to decide who wins the presidential race.
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