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Presidential Campaign 2012 – Final Day

The final Presidential Campaign ended on an overwhelming note for Obama and Romney. While Barack Obama wept in this last speech,  Romney’s wife Ann broke down at her husband’s rally. Now is the time for us (US) to choose one among them as its president.

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Romney was up one point in Ohio and was tied with Obama in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.  However Romney has trailed behind in Nevada according to results from campaign pollster Neil Newhouse. Going by internal polls, Romney may well be the 45th President of United States.

First lady Michelle Obama hugged U.S. President Barack Obama in Des Moines, Iowa, on Monday night; while Mitt Romney kissed his wife Ann (right) at a campaign rally in Columbus, Ohio. Romney  cast his vote in Belmont, Massachusetts and then fly to Ohio, Cleveland and Pittsburgh to meet campaign workers. Obama arrived in Des Moines, Iowa, the state where he beat Hillary Clinton in the Democratic caucuses of January 2000, with Bruce Springsteen.

Both men delivered moving speeches in the last day Romney spoke, ‘This is where the campaign began. You got this campaign started a year and a half ago. Tomorrow your votes and your work here in New Hampshire will help me become the next President of the United States.’

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Romney added, “With the right leadership, America is going to come roaring back. Obama promised change but couldn’t deliver it. I not only promise change, but I have a record of achieving it.’

In Des Moines, Obama said that this would be the last time he would ever hold a campaign rally – for himself, at least. He declared: ‘I came back to ask you to help us finish what we started because this is where our movement for change began.  He added,  “’To all of you who’ve lived and breathed the hard work of change – I want to thank you. You took this campaign and made it your own. When the cynics said you couldn’t, you said: “Yes we can”.’

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