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Heavy Campaigning Ahead of Tuesday's US Presidential Votei
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Michael Bowman
November 05, 2012 12:57 AM
Less than 48 hours before Americans go to the polls, Democratic President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, are crisscrossing the United States in a final push for votes. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports that with public opinion surveys showing a near-evenly divided nation, both campaigns say they are confident of victory on Tuesday.

Heavy Campaigning Ahead of Tuesday's US Presidential Vote

Michael Bowman

Published November 04, 2012

Less than 48 hours before Americans go to the polls, Democratic President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, are crisscrossing the United States in a final push for votes. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports that with public opinion surveys showing a near-evenly divided nation, both campaigns say they are confident of victory on Tuesday.


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