Washington: With the US presidential elections just a day away, campaigning will end tonight, bringing down the curtain on several months of high voltage exchange of words between US President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney. (Agencies)
Continuing with their hectic election campaigning as in the past few days, both the candidates are scheduled to address a series of meetings crisscrossing the battleground States, beginning early in the morning till late in the night.
Obama, 51, and the First Lady Michelle, are scheduled to return to their home town of Chicago, which is also their campaign headquarters, post mid-night, after holding meetings in Wisconsin and Ohio.
Obama would end his election campaign in Des Moines, Iowa.
Michelle Obama will deliver remarks in North Carolina and Florida before introducing the President at his final campaign event in Des Moines, Iowa.
"The First Lady will remind the American people about how far the nation has come over the last four years and will encourage supporters to help get every last supporter to the polls on Election Day," the Obama campaign said.
Joe Biden, the Vice President, would address rallies in Virginia where he will make the case that it's time to finish what the Obama Administration had started.
Beginning with an election rally in Florida early in the morning, Romney would then travel to Virginia and Ohio, before ending his campaign in New Hampshire around mid-night.
Romney, 65, would be joined by his wife Ann Romney on the final day of the campaign, ahead of tomorrow's election.
He has dispatched his son Josh Romney to address meetings in Minnesota.
Congressman Paul Ryan, the vice presidential running mate of Romney, would crisscross between five States -- Nevada, Colorado, Iowa, Ohio and Wisconsin.
Washington: With the US presidential elections just a day away, campaigning will end tonight, bringing down the curtain on several months of high voltage exchange of words between US President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney.