Tuesday in politics: Obama in Fla. and Ohio, Romney in Nev. and Colo., and more

Phil Pruitt

The debates are over. Now it's the true homestretch — 14 days of relentless campaigning.

President Barack Obama, following a final debate in which he aggressively called Republican challenger Mitt Romney "all over the map" on foreign policy, campaigns in Florida in the morning before joining Vice President Joe Biden in Ohio in the afternoon.

Mitt Romney, who clearly came to Monday's face-off with a plan to appear calm, confident and in command, heads to Nevada and Colorado with running mate Paul Ryan.

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Also worth noting Tuesday: Bruce Springsteen campaigns in Virginia for Obama; Matt Romney campaigns in Ohio on behalf of his father; Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback stumps in Minnesota for Romney; and former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton will attend events in Pennsylvania for Romney.

And then there is this: Tuesday is the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy signing a proclamation authorizing a blockade of Cuba during the missile crisis.

Sources: Yahoo! News' Liz Goodwin and Jeff Greenfield, Associated Press