Obama, Romney Make Rounds for the Last Time; GreenBeanBuddy Comments It's Too Early To Say Who Will Win Despite Results of Early Voting
Obama and Romney made their last round of campaigning in swing states. But despite early poll results revealing that Obama was leading, Green Bean Buddy commented it's still too early to say who will win.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
It's just a matter of hours before United States names its new president. But before that's decided, the two major presidential election candidates campaigned for the last time in swing states, reported abcnews.com. And although voting already took place in some states, GreenBeanBuddy said it's still too early to say who got the presidency pocketed.
Based on the report, both President Obama and Mitt Romney made full use of the 24 hours remaining campaign time hopping from oneswing state to another.
The Democratic's runner, President Obama got with him Bruce Springteen and Jay-Z as his opening acts on his today's scheduled appearances, related the report. He got Wisconsin, Ohio and Iowa as his set stops.
Meanwhile, Republican's Mitt Romney was scheduled to hit Florida, Ohio, Virginia and New Hampshire. His Vice President Paul Ryan was also set to campaign on five states today.
Here is a part of the post Obama and Romney Make Marathon Campaign on Swing States by Green Bean Buddy.
“One more day to go and the Presidential Election 2012 will take place. And if everything goes well, hours after that, United States will have a new head or not. But while the scheduled voting is yet to happen, the two major presidential candidates are busy garnering more supporters.
Spending the last 24 hours of campaigning, both the Democrat and the Republican runners are bouncing from state to state for their last push to be the president. President Obama is scheduled to make appearances on swing states as Wisconsin, Ohio and Iowa. And as his opening acts, Bruce Springteen and Jay-Z are set to tag along with him.”
Anticipation is high as to who will be United States' next president, said news website GreenBeanBuddy.com. After all, it's the country's future that is at stake. However, the site also commented that despite the president's side claiming that Obama was leading based on early voting results, still it's too early to say who will win.
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