President Clinton will campaign for President Obama in Pittsburgh on Monday as part of his effort to boost the Democratic Party's base and get out the vote on Tuesday, particularly in battleground states and areas with strong Democratic support, according to Mr. Obama's campaign officials. Mr. Clinton also will campaign in Scranton on Monday, as well as hold two events in Philadelphia. More details will be released in the next few days, according to campaign officials.
On Sunday, Mr. Clinton will appear at a rally with Mr. Obama in Concord, N.H., followed by stops in Dover, N.H.; Raleigh, N.C.; and St. Cloud, Minn. Over the past week, he has done grassroots events for Mr. Obama in Iowa, Colorado, Ohio, Virginia, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Wisconsin.