(KCEN) -- After a break from super storm Sandy, the presidential campaign is getting back on track today.
Gov. Mitt Romney will be out and about talking politics, but the President is still dealing with storm recovery.
Romney is in Florida today while his running mate Paul Ryan has rallies in Wisconsin.
Meanwhile, President Obama is dealing with Sandy's aftermath.
Today he's visiting New Jersey, where he got a pat on the back from Republican rival Gov. Chris Christie.
Christie said, "The President has been outstanding in this."
As for the election, we may see long lines again. Early voting resumes today in Maryland and DC.
With power still out, New York may have to hand-count ballots. West Virginia is considering generators for its voting machines and New Jersey may move some polling places.