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Obama, Romney exhort crowds in dashes to vital states

Mitt Romney was in four states Sunday, with Cleveland among his stops. President Obama was also in four states, opening in Concord, N.H.

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The race remains extremely close, with both President Obama and Mitt Romney predicting victory but passionately urging their supporters to vote.

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Obama, Romney exhort crowds in dashes to vital states

Mitt Romney was in four states Sunday, with Cleveland among his stops. President Obama was also in four states, opening in Concord, N.H.

By Brian MacQuarrie and Callum Borchers

The race remains extremely close, with both President Obama and Mitt Romney predicting victory but passionately urging their supporters to vote.

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