The day after their feisty second debate, the two US presidential candidates have gotten back on the road. Campaigning has kicked into high gear with the race in a deadlock less than a month before election day. So far President Obama has made campaign stops in Ohio and Iowa while Republican cadidate Mitt Romney has been holding events in Virginia. Both candidates have been using moments from the last debate as talking points. Both candidates seem to be appealing to the woman voter demographic. In Iowa, Obama mocked Romney’s statements about proactively seeking out female cabinet members when he became governor of Massachusetts. Romney in turn has stated that women are suffering under Obama economically.