With Election Day less than 24 hours away, the battle continues between Obama and Romney until the bitter end. In an effort to entice voters to swing in their direction, each candidate held events in four states, according to Business Line.
Obama and Romney continue commenting on each other’s campaign promises as they make attempts at winning over new territory during this election. During his speech in Cleveland, Ohio, GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney told potential supporters:
“You have watched what has happened in this country over the last four years with an independent voice. You hoped that President Obama would live up to his promise to bring people together to solve big problems but he hasn’t and I will.”
Obama, in an attempt to energize his own based, added:
“If you listen to what Governor Romney says, it basically is: Be very, very disappointed, because not every problem has been solved; not everyone who wants a job has one; not everyone’s income is rising. Be disappointed. Forget what caused it. Don’t pay too much attention to what our solutions are. Just be disappointed — and look at me, I look like a President. And I talk like one. And I’m telling you it’s all going to be all right if you elect me.”
Obama has been traveling his campaign trail with former President Bill Clinton standing as an out-spoken supporter at his side. While the incumbent has plenty of support against his rival, many speculate this is going to be a very close race.
How do you feel about the word wars occurring between Obama and Romney?