Josh Shapiro, chairman of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners and former state representative, will visit Abington and Pottstown on Sunday in support of President Barack Obama's reelection campaign.
Shapiro will visit Obama field offices in Elkins Park and on High Street in Pottstown at 10:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m., respectively.
The campaign said Shapiro will be speaking on the importance of voting in the general election this Tuesday, Nov. 6. Obama supporters will be canvassing neighborhoods and working on phone banks in support of the campaign.
Later Sunday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will appear at a campaign stop in Yardley.
On Monday, former President Bill Clinton will stump for Obama in Blue Bell, part of a whirlwind election eve tour of the state that starts in Pittsburgh and ends in Philadelphia.
Both the Democratic and Republican presidential campaigns have taken a renewed interest in Pennsylvania in the waning weeks of the election season, as polls have shown Governor Romney edging closer to President Obama in a state that was once considered solidly in Obama's column. Obama carried the state in 2008.