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Final push in US election battle

11-05-2012 18:24 BJT Special Report:2012 US Presidential Election |

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With a day to go before the elections, US President Barack Obama and his Republican rival Mitt Romney have completed a strenuous round of campaigning in the battleground states. Obama visited Iowa and Wisconsin while Romney held rallies in Florida, Virginia and New Hampshire.

The two candidates have stressed their differences on the economy, health care and other issues. Both have professed an eagerness to work across party lines and end gridlock in Washington. The two rivals are running neck-and-neck in national polls, with Obama holding a slight lead in most swing states. The two candidates will visit Ohio on Monday.


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