ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: President Obama wakes up in Albuquerque, New Mexico this morning, to kick off his “Moving America Forward” four-state tour. The president will meet with the Cavalier family who lives in Albuquerque and then will hold a discussion on the economy with middle-class families in the area. Governor Bill Richardson, Representative Martin Heinrich, D-NM, and Lt. Governor Diane Denish are expected to attend. The President will then travel to Madison, Wisconsin. In the afternoon, the President will attend a DNC finance reception at the Concourse Hotel in Madison and then deliver remarks at a DNC rally aimed to motivate young voters at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. ”With critical midterm elections in less than two months, the President will lay out the stakes for the country and the choice for voters this November: whether to support Democratic leaders and continue to make progress for American families and small businesses—or to return to the failed, Bush-era policies that nearly drove the nation into a second Great Depression. The President will stress the need for young voters in particular to be engaged in the political process and to vote in the elections this fall,” the White House says. Later, the President will travel to Des Moines, Iowa, where he will spend the night in advance of his events on Wednesday.