First lady Michelle Obama is returning to Iowa to speak with supporters in Iowa City and Sioux City.
President Barack Obama's campaign says Michelle Obama will be in Iowa City on Monday morning to encourage supporters to get residents to vote, either in the days leading up to the Nov. 6 election or on Election Day.
She will then travel to Sioux City on Monday afternoon and speak at an event at the Sioux City Convention Center.
Iowa is among nine battleground states where Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are spending the vast majority of their campaign travel time and money.
Iowa was the first of the battleground states to begin voting, accepting absentee ballots and allowing in-person voting at elections offices and satellite sites.
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