Both presidential candidates campaigned in Iowa on Wednesday.
President Obama stopped in Davenport, telling the crowd he's the candidate they can trust, hammering rival Mitt Romney on consistency. Obama said they could take videotape of things he said 10 years ago or 12 years ago and say, "Man, this is the same guy."
Iowa was the first stop on a 48-hour trip to key states. The president said, "We're going to pull an all-nighter. No sleep."
Republican challenger Mitt Romney met with voters in Cedar Rapids. He's trying to get in as much stumping as he can before Election Day, so the rally was held right on the airport tarmac.