Bill Clinton will campaign for President Obama in Pittsburgh on Monday, the final day before the election, the Obama campaign announced tonight.
The campaign says the former president's path on Monday will include stops in Pittsburgh and Scranton as well as two events in Philadelphia.
He'll be heading here from a full day Sunday that starts in Concord, N.H., at a rally with Obama before campaign events in Dover, N.H., Raleigh, N.C., and St. Cloud, Minn.
From the release:
During the last days of the campaign, President Clinton has been crisscrossing the country, doing grassroots events in battleground states and states with strong Democratic bases, where he is rallying supporters, thanking volunteers for their work on behalf of the President, and encouraging them to help get out the vote on Tuesday. During this final push over the past week, he has done grassroots events in Iowa, Colorado, Ohio, Virginia, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Wisconsin.
Details are forthcoming. UPDATE: The Pittsburgh event will be in Market Square with "doors" opening at 10:15 a.m. Tickets are free but must be requested from the Obama campaign.