Barack Obama appeared with wife Michelle before 35,000 people at Ohio State University Sunday night, a record crowd on that university's grounds. But the President has been carefully selecting spots to campaign over the last few weeks of election 2010, and they're most liberal havens - college towns like Columbus, Ohio, or places like San Francisco and Los Angeles, which he will visit later this week.
He's been in Florida already this cycle, but when he was here, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink made sure she wasn't in any line of sight of a photographer.
But Bill Clinton? He's from the South, and he's safe for some Dems, like Sink, to appear with.
The Sink campaign announce this afternoon that the former President, who will be making campaign appearance tomorrow and Wednesday for Kendrick Meek, will join Sink Thursday morning at an early vote gathering on the campus of Miami-Dade College.