FINAL PUSH: Candidates Back In Iowa

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There’s just two weeks until Election Day and both parties are making their final push for voters in Iowa.

President Obama will rally voters in Davenport, and Governor Romney will make a stop in Cedar Rapids Wednesday.

Folks in Cedar Rapids are particularly excited for the visit because this is the first visit Romney has made during the general election campaign.

He will speak at Landmark Aviation around 7 p.m.

Staff at the Romney Victory Office say they have had a constant stream of people picking up tickets to the event, and they expect a crowd of 1,000.

Romney will be back in Iowa on Friday for a rally in Ames, details of that stop have not been released.

President Obama will only make one stop in Iowa this week. He is on a two-day, non-stop tour of battleground states with events in Iowa, Colorado and Nevada.

He will speak at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds in Davenport, Wednesday around 10 a.m.

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