Obama, Romney campaigns focus on getting out the vote

On the stump

Mitt Romney, in Lynchburg, Va.: “Tomorrow, we’re going to begin a new tomorrow.’’

President Obama, in Madison, Wisc.: ‘‘Our work is not yet done.’’

On tap today

Romney and his wife, Ann, plan to vote at Beech Street Center in Belmont, then the candidate will attend two rallies added at the last minute, in Cleveland and Pittsburgh. The campaign is planning his election night rally at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.


Obama voted early in Illinois. He will hold his rally in McCormick Place in Chicago. The president, who will hold a series of television interviews, has no plans to campaign.

On the airwaves

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The Romney campaign released a radio ad directed to Ohio voters. With an introduction by Rob Portman, the senator from Ohio, the ad promotes Romney’s bipartisan approach as governor in Massachusetts.

On strategy

Now it’s up to the volunteers and paid staffers to get supporters to the polls. Both organizations have won acclaim for their thoroughness and expansiveness. Lawyers from both campaigns will be monitoring the polling, particularly in Florida and Ohio.