UNDATED (AP) — President Barack Obama is spending the weekend in Williamsburg, Va., preparing for his next debate with Mitt Romney.
The president has acknowledged he needs to turn in a stronger performance when the two meet again.
Obama and top aides plan hours of practice sessions ahead of Tuesday's face-off with Romney, including some mock exchanges with Sen. John Kerry, who's playing the role of the Republican candidate.
Meanwhile, Romney spent nearly four hours this morning at a hotel outside Columbus, Ohio, preparing for the upcoming town hall-style event in Hempstead, N.Y. He returned to Massachusetts in the evening after making campaign stops in Ohio.