Romney adds election day stops: Ohio and Pennsylvania

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MADISON, WISC. — In a showing of just how close this election is, GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced today he won’t stop campaigning until the bitter end.

He will make stops in Ohio and Pennsylvania on Tuesday. It has long been surmised that the race would come down to Ohio, however, the Republicans have believed that Pennsylvania is in play. President Obama meanwhile was in Madison, Wisconsin with Bruce Springsteen rallying thousands to get out the vote on Tuesday. He then headed to Iowa.

On Monday Romney was in Florida, Virginia, and New Hampshire, while Obama was trying to protect Wisconsin from a late-breaking GOP challenge before heading to Iowa.

“This nation is going to begin to change for the better tomorrow,” Romney said.

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