Republican Mitt Romney, his campaigning stalled by the storm called Sandy, plans to fully reengage in the presidential race tomorrow.
Romney plans three events in Florida, the biggest of all swing states, appearing with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush.
He plans to return to Virginia the following day, after canceling several events there due to the storm.
The campaign is launching advertisements next week statewide in Pennsylvania, which aides say is now in play after being considered a safe victory for Obama.
Before events in Wisconsin, the campaign invited media to cover running mate Paul Ryan’s arrival in neighboring Minnesota, which last voted for a Democratic presidential candidate in 1972.
The Obama campaign called its rival’s efforts in all three states a “desperate play,” in a press release.