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Mitt Romney has begun his final push hitting as many of the major tossup states is possible.
Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron is along for the ride with the Romney campaign.
In Wisconsin four days before the election Mitt Romney made his official closing argument of the campaign.
If you believe America should be -- a better course.
If you're tired of being tired.
And I ask you to vote for real change.
Paul Ryan and I will bring real change to America.
Not because -- raises a choice for the future based on what he calls the president's four year record of failure candidate Obama promised change.
But he couldn't deliver it.
I promise change.
Have a record of achieving it.
-- his final -- six -- sprint takes -- Saturday to New Hampshire Iowa and Colorado Sunday to Iowa Ohio Pennsylvania and Virginia.
And Monday to Florida Virginia Ohio and New Hampshire.
Romney argues big change requires bipartisanship and the president has been scapegoating.
I won't waste any time complaining about my predecessor.
Want to spend my ever -- to pass partisan legislation that's on related economic growth.
From day one I'll go to work to help Americans get back.
-- senate democratic majority leader Harry Reid in a statement fired back quote Mitt Romney is fit to see that senate Democrats will work with him to pass is severely conservative agenda.
Romney blasted the president's agenda has little more than big government at the expense of the private sector.
If the president is reelected he'll continue to promote government.
And -- -- business.
Yeah I like business I don't see it as a necessary evil.
In this extraordinarily close race Romney strategists dismiss any threat from two other little known candidates.
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson the former governor of New Mexico who barely registers in polls but in theory could take a few votes from both candidates in a western state like Colorado.
In Virginia former congressman Virgil Goode who's been a Democrat and a Republican and now a third party candidate got on only Virginia's ballot.
Getting out the vote takes priority now.
In the final week of October Robbins was eleven million dollars to run 171000 ends.
The Obama camp dropped 24 million -- twice that nearly 36000 commercials according to -- media's campaign media analysis group.
Right and left leaning outside groups each at a 55 million dollars 179000.
Ads for Obama had 65000 that's around -- That's -- 7 o'clock tonight the Romney campaign moved into its final 96 -- bush they'll visit seven states by -- handful -- more than once.
-- pull a couple of near all lighters in order to get to the finish line.
About 7 o'clock Tuesday night in the first polls begin to close across the country -- guard -- traveling with the Romney campaign Carl thanks.
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