Posted: Mon, November 5 2012 at 8:13 AM, Updated: Mon, November 5 2012 at 9:22 PM
President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney make one final push in the last day of campaigning.
On his final day of the 2012 campaign, President Obama will hold events with Bruce Springsteen at his side in Madison, Wisconsin and Columbus, Ohio before heading to Des Moines, Iowa.
Governor Romney will kick start the day in Sanford, Florida, before heading to Lynchburg and Fairfax, Virginia.
He'll make a stop at an airport in Columbus, Ohio before ending the campaign with a late-night final rally in Manchester, New Hampshire.
The final campaign poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal shows good news for each presidential candidate in the battleground state of Virginia.
Just a day before the Presidential election, the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll shows that President Obama and challenger Mitt Romney remain in a statistical tie in Virginia.
Mr. Obama holds a 48 to 47 percent lead among likely voters in the state, which carries 13 electoral votes.
Just three weeks ago, the poll showed Romney holding a 48 percent to 47 percent lead.