Obama supporters lined up early in Ohio for his event Monday.
This is a key state for both men and one in which the president holds a narrow lead in most polls.
But the president got an early start in Wisconsin telling the crowd,
"After all we've been through together; we can't give up now because we've got more change to do."
The president got some vocal support in several states from Bruce Springsteen,
who joked about his friend's singing,
"I think he has musical aspirations myself. That's one of the reasons I need him to be in the White House for the next four years. I don't need the competition."
But Mitt Romney got some help too, from running mate Paul Ryan in Nevada.
Ryan told the crowd there that the president was,
“…trying to win this race by distracting people, by dividing people to win by default, and we are simply not going to let him get away with it, are we?"
Finally, there is Mitt Romney, the man about 70 percent of Utah is expected to vote for.
Not only did he campaign in several states Monday, he will even do so in two states on Election Day.
Monday, Romney told supporters,
"This is much more than our moment. It's America's moment of renewal and purpose and optimism. And we've journeyed far and wide in this great campaign for America's future. And now we're almost home."
Tuesday, I will be doing an election blog starting at 9:00am and continuing throughout the evening.
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