Transcript for Romney's Final Push: Promises Better Tomorrow
Well, we enter the home stretch of this presidential race, which remains extraordinarily tight, mitt romney is making his final push. Traveling across 13 cities in seven states in three days. My co-anchor bill weir on the road with him and joins us from new hampshire this evening. Good evening, bill. Reporter: It's not over yet. Believe it or not, mitt romney just walked off stage in manchester, supposed to be the poetic end to a campaign that started a year and a half ago but things are so tight, he added events in ohio and pennsylvania tomorrow, which is either brilliant or desperate depending on which strategist you talk to. Om so much time on the clock and this morning the start of the finish line began in orlando. We pray that america, over these next few days, would exalt righteousness. Reporter: The morning began with prayers. One nation -- Reporter: And the pledge. Pin sellers. And to warm up the crowd, just about every big name republican inda and squirming all of the while, all those little ones brought by hopeful parents for a lesson in living history. I could say I met him before. Reporter: Have you always voted republican? Abigail's mom is the obama campaign's worst nightmare. A former democrat who brushes off the president's targeted message to women. The economy is more important. It's not the social, the woman's right to do what she wants with her boeshgsd we need to get jobs for people. Reporter: And then, finally, the man of the hour. The question of this election really comes down to this. Do the people of america want four more years like the last four years -- or do you want real change, finally? Reporter: Began by promising a better tomorrow tomorrow. While this deadlocked state dealing with the headaches of yesterday. Let people vote! Let people vote! Reporter: A long confusion ballot led to eternal lines at the polls and to a lawsuit by florida democrats to force republican state officials to keep early voting open longer. After the morning rally, it was off to virginia. The next first lady of the united states. Reporter: Where ann romney joined the final push. Are we going to be neighbors soon? Reporter: The ex-urbs outside washington, d.C., A mix of professionals and old south sense built, with razor thin polling margins and coveted undecides like joshua who just joined the navy at age 30. I haven't got a lot of clarity from either candidate. We stand with israel and we stand with our ally, awesome. What does that mean? Reporter: From virginia it was on to ohio and time f The state to watch tomorrow night. I need your vote. Walk with me. Walk together. Reporter: It is so tight here that even in deep blue count kwls billboards rotate romney's face with wanted posters, supporters have come in from out of state to fight the ground game one door at a time. Support mitt romney, we hope we can get your support this tuesday. Reporter: You did this four YEARS AGO for McCain? How would you come patriot enthusiasm between then and now. Worlds of difference. Feels like a turnout election, who gets their people to the pl pos. Reporter: He teaches battleground politics at the university of akron and point outs that after a season of redistricting and new precinct locations, it might be a good idea to brace ourselves for the fallout of mass ohio confusion. This confusion, divisiona -- disputes, arguments, lawsuits. Fit turns out to be really close it could take a few days, even a few weeks to sort it all out. Reporter: Please lord, no. We've been through that before, right? Reporter: Oh, heaven forbid. If you show up at the wrong precinct in ohio you cast a provisional ballot but they don't count it for for ten days. The most we can hope for is juns late night. Thank you for that report. We'll see what happens, of
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