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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Obama and Romney before his last chance to win the undecided vote


After a grueling 18-month battle came the last day of the election campaign for U.S.President Barack Obama and his rival Republican Mitt Romney , two men in the race for political office attributed the world's most important . Candidates attended hundreds of meetings, fundraising meetings and mayor, spent literally billions of dollars in advertising to attack his opponent, did its best to win the votes of the undecided and participated in three intense debates.
His running mates, the current vice president, Joe Biden, and Rep. Paul Ryan - identified reasons for the aspirations of their leaders, the first lady, Michelle Obama , and Romney's wife, Ann, also attended the matchThis Monday is the last day, the last desperate attempt of the incumbent and the challenger to convince the small number of undecided voters that their policies, their platforms and their approach to lead U.S. from 2013 are the bestWith most polls showing that they are almost as likely to reach the White House, Obama and Romney made ​​his last efforts to mobilize their supporters. "I need you, Ohio," Obama told a crowd of about 20,000 supporters in Cincinnati, a state in which both candidates are fighting fiercely. "And if you are willing to work with me and knock on some doors with me, if you are willing to vote early for me, make some phone calls for me, take action, we will win Ohio.'ll win this election , "said the president. Both candidates campaigned until late Sunday, with Romney imploring his followers to go out and seek a vote in the handful of states that will decide who the next president. "We have to do a little work in the coming days ... to guarantee us a win on Tuesday night," said McCain at a rally Sunday night in Newport News, Virginia. The stretch shows that the race will be closely fought, with rival candidates and their advisers announcing that rely on their victory after months of campaigning and contradictory trends in the polls. When there are fewer turns clock for Tuesday June, Romney made ​​a surprise raid in Pennsylvania , a state traditionally tilted toward Democrats but Republican strategists say they can win. "Will the White House because we will win in Pennsylvania, "Romney said to a crowd of over 30,000 fans, the Secret Service estimates cited by the Republican campaign team. Obama aides downplayed the trip, when they saw a sign of desperation, within 48 hours of the election. However, a shaft personality, such as former President Bill Clinton, will on Monday in four electoral events for Obama in Pennsylvania to counter Romney's final push in that state. "Ultimately, it is up to you. You have the power," Obama said at a meeting in Concord, New Hampshire. "Right now, in the next two days you will make decisions that will shape this country for decades to come." Obama flew to New Hampshire to take part in Sunday night at an event with Clinton, in which the popular former president put his economic legacy of the Bush men. In a grueling tour, the president and Democratic candidate also moved to Florida, Ohio and Colorado , before going to Wisconsin in the early hours of Monday. The exhaustion was noticed in both candidates last weekend when maintained a frenetic pace before Monday, when both cast the rest. Obama will start in Wisconsin , will continue in Ohio and then in Iowa , the state that launched his campaign in 2008, and will end in his city, ChicagoRomney started the day in the largest of the swing states , Florida . Then head to Virginia and Ohio to return for the last time he started his campaign 18 months ago: New Hampshire. Advisors noted that early voting in Ohio and Florida was evidence that Obama was close to becoming the second Democrat to be reelected president since World War II.

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