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Ex President Obama will have traveled more than 5000 miles before his campaigning day is done.
While governor Mitt Romney is making stops in the battleground states of Nevada and Iowa.
Senior national correspondent John Roberts tells us what the candidates are telling their supporters.
About the final stretch.
The final debate behind -- Mitt Romney dropped any reference to foreign policy going heavy on domestic issues.
Hammering the president for lacking a clear agenda for a second term.
The president's been unable to find that an agenda.
And it communicated agenda at the defendant agenda and that's one reason why I think we all know that he's out of ideas and out of excuses then in November you're gonna put him out of office.
As he did in the primaries Romney is trying to create an air of inevitability.
Claiming he has the momentum and that the president is fading so they Obama campaign has -- -- -- Our campaign is a growing movement across this country.
The latest real clear politics average of polls has Romney up less than a point nationally today's Gallup tracking shows a slight decline for Romney but still at 50%.
Polls and all the battleground states are within the margin of error.
For his part the president is on a daylong blitz that won't end until after midnight at Las Vegas.
In between campaign stops hitting yet another late night comedy show -- we come up with a name for -- to bash.
That's called Robinson.
And he is perfecting the presidential put down.
Ridiculing governor Romney about his shift to the middle.
Deriding Romney's policy proposals is either smoke and mirrors or horribly out of date and we joke about -- -- but.
All of that speaks to something that's really important and that is the issue of trust.
But the president is taking fire zone for an off the record interview with -- the Moines register two weeks before Election Day.
Under pressure -- the campaign allowed its publication revealing that the president has no regrets for elbowing aside the economy.
-- doggedly pursue health care his first year by the way this early voting now on the trail both candidates are urging people to lock in their votes now.
In Ohio 30% of voters have already cast ballots.
The Obama campaign claiming that ten point advantage in Ohio.
But Republicans say Obama is underperforming.
Both claims are based on polls with tiny samples and no one has yet seen those votes in the last few years Americans.
That is the candidates hit the trail for the final push look who's back in the saddle.
Clint Eastwood who famously talked to an empty chair at the Republican Convention is featured in a new American crossroads -- With the same visual tone as his halftime in -- Super Bowl appearance.
Much how much time left in the future of our country.
They governor Romney is going to double down on his push on bread and butter issues planning.
Formal speech on the economy the deficit and federal spending in Ames Iowa on Friday Brett John Roberts live in Reno tonight John --
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