- (Photo: Twitter/Barack Obama)
Two children have stolen the spotlight from President Obama in a photo taken at a school in Florida on Tuesday.
The President posed with students from the Daughter Of Zion Jr. Academy in Delray Beach, Fla. when one youngster in the back row was captured kissing his female peer.
Once the photo revealed the adorable kiss, Obama's Twitter feed deemed it the "Photo of the Day."
Moreover, the president's account on the social media site provided live updates on his speech in Florida on Tuesday.
"President Obama: 'I am fired up right now! It is good to be in Florida,'" read one post.
"'Two weeks from today, Americans in all 50 states will step into a voting booth," continued Obama's team during the live-tweet session. "But here in Florida, you get to start voting on Saturday."
The next post read: "'Go to vote.barackobama.com. I need you to vote, because you've got a very big choice to make.'"
With the 2012 presidential election just two weeks away, both President Obama and former Mass. Governor Mitt Romney are doing their best to secure as many undecided voters as possible.
Currently, the President is embarking on an 8-state, 48-hour tour along his campaign trail. Obama is seeking reelection and aims to serve a second term in the White House, but has faced many challenges.
Meanwhile, former governor Mitt Romney has earned 49 percent of likely voters in last night's poll, giving him an edge to Obama's 48 percent. On his Twitter account Wednesday, the former governor reminded his followers of his goals.
"I want to support and help this great nation. Together, we'll maintain America as the hope of the earth," read one Twitter post.
Romney later added, "We're going to bring this country back. Together, we will restore the promise of America."
Both presidential candidates are touring the nation along their race toward the finish line in just 12 days.