-President Barack Obama will campaign in several cities in Ohio on Friday,  in a last move to grab votes in the battleground state before Election Day.

- Vice President Joe Biden will campaign in Wisconsin and then travel to Aurora, Colo., where he is scheduled to spend the night.

- A new Reuters poll reports Obama barely leading Romney in Ohio, Florida and Virginia.

- The latest jobs report finds the national unemployment rate has ticked up slightly to 7.9 percent. However, there is good news for Obama:  The economy still managed to add 171,000 jobs, far more than what economists had forecast, and the labor force participation rate increased, indicating more people believe they can find work, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. It's the last economic data release before the election. 

- Former President Bill Clinton continues to stump for Obama in the last days of the presidential campaign, with Politico noting the 42nd president has appeared at more events for his party this election cycle than possibly any other ex-president.