With the debates now behind them, both presidential candidates are criss-crossing the country in the final stretch before election day. The campaigns plan to spend nearly all of their time left in just a handful of battleground states.
President Obama was in Florida and Ohio Tuesday, while Governor Romney was in Colorado and Nevada.
Polls show the race is virtually tied. The campaigns and their supporters are expected to spend around $100 million between now and election day.
The CBS and CNN post debate surveys report the president won on the foreign policy exchange with Romney. The two had disagreements, but it was not nearly as contentious as the second debate.
Republicans were asked about the lack of hands on foreign policy experience.
"Governor Romney has more experience in one little finger in terms of executive experience than what the president has," said Republican Representative Mike Shirkey.
"He had no experience when he came in and the experience he gavs us now has not been a good one," said Republican Representative Tom Hooker on the president.
But legislative democrats believe the voters want someone who has been there and done that.
"There is so much happening abroad and here at home, we need a stead hand at the wheel to guide us and I think President Obama proved he's just that guy," said Democratic Senator rebecca Warren.
"You feel that you want to stay with the person you've been riding when he has the experience," said Democratic Representative Paul Clemnte.
Foreign policy is obviously a critical issue with world peace hanging in the balance, but it is not the deciding issue in this contest now going down to the wire.
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