MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- After being ignored for months, Minnesota is finally getting some attention in the presidential race.
Paul Ryan and Bill Clinton both planned stops late Sunday to push their voters to the polls. Ryan's rally at the Minneapolis airport was part of a swing taking him through Ohio and Colorado.
Clinton was the star attraction at a late evening event at St. Cloud State University. It's the former president's second pass through Minnesota in the past week.
Minnesota's 10 electoral votes had long been seen as safe for Obama, but a late statewide poll by the Star Tribune showed his lead over Mitt Romney had dwindled to within the margin of error.