Candidates Make Final Campaign Push, Obama Rallies in Aurora
KREX News Room
AURORA, Colo.- In a final push for votes, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are traveling the country and campaigning day and night, especially in the battlegrounds.
The president made his final campaign appearance in Colorado in a late-night rally in Aurora Sunday.
He spoke before a crowd of 20,000 supporters.
During his speech, Obama spoke about the devastation from Hurricane Sandy, as well as Aurora's own tragedy from this summer's movie theater shooting.
He also took a jab at his opponent for trying to hide his positions and pretending to be the candidate of change.
Colorado wasn't the president's only stop Sunday; he also held rallies in New Hampshire, Florida and Ohio.
He'll hit three swing states Monday: Wisconsin, Iowa and Ohio.
After that, he'll head home to Chicago for Election Day.
Not to be outdone, Mitt Romney is working just as hard to win the presidency.
He stumped in Iowa, Ohio, Virginia and Pennsylvania Sunday.
The Pennsylvania stop was the first time he has visited the state since August; his aides say the polls have tightened in the traditionally Democratic state.
Gov. Romney will campaign in Florida, Virginia and New Hampshire Monday, before heading home to Boston to vote on Tuesday.