With the debates over, the presidential candidates head back out on the road for the final 19 days of the campaign.
John McCain plans to visit swing states but is also forced to go into Republican territory as polls show Barack Obama with the edge in places like Virginia, Colorado and Florida.
Obama also plans stops in Virginia and Missouri later this week. Both states have been out of reach for Democrats in past elections but are up for grabs this year.
During last night's debate, McCain attacked Obama on everything from the economy to his link to 1960s radical William Ayers. Obama, who is ahead in the polls, held his ground, answering McCain's charges and leveling a few of his own.