Updated: Oct 13, 2012 9:41 AM
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is headed to another Ohio college campus, this time visiting Youngstown State University.
Ryan was scheduled to speak at the northeast Ohio school Saturday morning as he and running mate Mitt Romney wrap up a week of crisscrossing the battleground state.
Romney was scheduled to attend an afternoon rally at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth and then head to another rally in Lebanon in southwestern Ohio.
Both sides are working to shift voters in their direction with the state still up for grabs.
President Barack Obama urged a crowd at Ohio State University this week to vote early. The Democrat is scheduled to visit Athens in southeast Ohio on Wednesday.
First lady Michelle Obama will be in Cleveland and central Ohio on Monday.
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