Undated (AP) Energy and the environment will be the topics on the presidential campaign trail today.
Democrat Barack Obama is set to deliver remarks on energy in Las Vegas, while republican rival John McCain will discuss the environment during a campaign stop in Santa Barbara, California.
The McCain campaign has been tight-lipped on the search for the candidate's eventual running mate.
The search is being headed up by attorney Arthur Culvahouse. He's been able to secure the roles partly because of his reputation for under-the-radar searches.
Meanwhile, the Obama camp is quieting a controversy over a presidential seal that was altered with symbols representing Obama's campaign. The seal was unveiled at an event last week in Chicago, but the campaign says it was only for one-time use and won't be used again.
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