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Chris Simkins
November 05, 2012
President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney make their closing arguments to voters on the final day of campaigning in the U.S presidential election. As VOA’s Chris Simkins reports, both campaigns are working to encourage loyal supporters and attract undecided voters -- with less than 24 hours before millions of Americans cast their ballots.

Obama, Romney Head to Key States on Election Eve

Chris Simkins

Published November 05, 2012

President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney make their closing arguments to voters on the final day of campaigning in the U.S presidential election. As VOA’s Chris Simkins reports, both campaigns are working to encourage loyal supporters and attract undecided voters -- with less than 24 hours before millions of Americans cast their ballots.


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