The Obama campaign is running another tough ad on Mitt Romney's economic record, this time on his time as governor of Massachusetts. Called "Heard It Before," the ad repeats criticisms brought by Rick Santorum and others, and it's running in Pennsylvania, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio and Virginia.
Massachusetts legislators are traveling to Ohio and Iowa today to do Obama camp events on Romney's record in the state.
Via Politico's Playbook, here's the Romney camp schedule for today:
At least 19 small-business owners from around the country will hold press conference calls in battleground states to discuss "how President Obama's record proves he is fundamentally hostile to job creators, both in his rhetoric and in his policies. As Friday's disappointing jobs report showed, America's job creators and small business owners have suffered from Obama's overregulation and overreaching policies for too long. On Monday, small business owners from around the country will join local elected officials to explain how Obama's policies have held their business growth back." Calls and events will be held in FL, IA, MI, NC, NH, PA, VA, OH, CO, NV and NM.