The Hill has the President’s campaign itinerary for the next week:
On Saturday, the president travels to Boston for an event with Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.
Then on Sunday, the president brings in the heavy hitter, first lady Michelle Obama, to join him in Cleveland and Columbus for Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
On Oct. 20, the president kicks off his trip out West, beginning in Portland, Ore., where he will rally with John Kitzhaber, the Democratic candidate for governor.
On Thursday, Obama stays in the Pacific Northwest, holding an official event in addition to a campaign event in Seattle for Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) before heading to San Francisco for a DNC event.
Then on Friday, the president will be in Los Angeles for events with Sen. Barbara Boxer and the DNC before heading to Las Vegas for a DNC event and a joint event for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) and embattled Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.).
Obama wraps up that leg of the swing in Minnesota with events for gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton and the DCCC.
What’s missing? Not a single appearance for any congressional candidates.