President Obama is spending election day in his hometown - the city that hosts his campaign office. And he's hoping for a big win. The president's team is getting ready at McCormick place - the mega convention center where the president is hosting his election night celebration.
Ten thousand supporters are expected to come out to cheer on the president and listen to him speak after the winner is announced. Nats up Obama is coming off several days of intense campaigning where he talked again about his original campaign promise - change - telling voters he's the candidate who will bring true change and push the country forward. Jpo on cam tag: tonight the past year of campaigning finally ends right now, the election is too close to call - but the president's team says he's confident.
Twenty-four stops -- all in one day. Republican presidential candidate mitt Romney spent Monday campaigning in ten key battleground states but come election day, the campaign's focus turns to Boston where Romney and his supporters will wait for the results to come in.
Workers are checking the lights, TV crews are setting up their cameras, and the stage is set for a party in Boston - it's going to be electric.
Romney spokesman, Kyle Downey, is already calling Tuesday nights gathering a victory rally.