The dizzying political whirlwind continues this weekend in Ohio and isn't likely to slow down until Election Day.
GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan has a two-day, seven-stop weekend campaign swing scheduled across Ohio beginning Saturday morning in New Philadelphia.
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney will join Ryan on Sunday in Celina, Ohio.
On Monday, President Barack Obama returns to Ohio, a key state for both tickets.
All four members of the Democratic and Republican national tickets have campaigned in Ohio since Monday's final debate.
Ryan and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigned in North Canton Friday night.