President Obama is in Colorado for a second day of campaigning.
"We win Colorado I'll get 4 more years!" he told supporters.
The latest poll shows the president trailing Mitt Romney in the Rocky Mountain State. The president is hoping his healthcare stance will increase support among female voters.
"But when it comes to a woman's right to make her own health care choices, they want to take us back to policies more suited to the 1950s."
In the cornfields of Iowa, Romney also focused on healthcare.
"At the top of the list of things we don't need costs us $100-billion dollars a year, I'm going to get rid of and that's Obamacare."
President Obama is publicly embracing the term Obamacare.
"I actually like the name. Because I do care."
A new ad from a pro-Obama Super PAC is drawing criticisms from the Romney campaign as well as independent fact checkers.
The ad features former steelworker Joe Soptic talking about his wife's death. The implication is that she died because he no longer had health insurance after Bain Capital shut down his company.
The Washington Post gives the ad four Pinocchios, it's highest rating for a false ad.
Romney spokesperson Andrea Saul calls the ad despicable.
The Obama campaign says it had nothing to do with the commercial and doesn't know the specifics of Soptic's passing.
The Romney campaign takes issue with the Obama camp's claim that it doesn't know the specifics surrounding Joe Soptic's story. They point out that Soptic was featured in an ad the Obama campaign aired in May.
(Manuel Gallegus, CBS News)