(KCEN) -- In politics today, it's all about Ohio.
Both candidates will be there as voters get their last chance to register for November's election.
Mitt Romney spoke on foreign policy yesterday.
He argued that President Obama's policies have made the world more dangerous.
Romney promised to create one point person to deal with the Middle East, arm Syria's rebels, sanction Iran if needed, expand the Navy and push free trade.
The polls are now split on Romney's popularity.
Pew has him up four points among likely voters, but Gallup says the positive jobs report gave the President a five-point boost.
And the President has something to say about Romney's speech last night.
He said, "What was being presented wasn't leadership. That's salesmanship .... Governor Romney's plan is to let Wall Street run wild again but he's gonna bring the hammer down on Sesame Street."
Both vice presidential candidates are practicing for Thursday's debate.
Ryan is studying in Florida today after four days at a woodsy camp in Virginia.
And Vice President Biden is at home in Delaware, reviewing Ryan's speeches and focusing on his budget proposal.