Transcript for Last Day of the Campaign: From Workouts to Room Service
No matter who wins or who loses tomorrow this could be the last day of the last campaign. For both of the men running for president Barack Obama and Mitt Romney more than 500 days of endless flights of hotel rooms. At ABC's John Donvan now takes us inside what they have been doing every day. I believe. It's happened yet again the greatest battle for -- where there is where the prize is what each of us has just one of -- vote. And what he'll go through to get it considered the Republican who did -- -- once before I declare my intention to run for president of the United States. That was 522. Days ago. Since then his wife has predicted he will not run again ever since a life on planes off planes onstage offstage. -- -- -- -- debate debate debate debate. Debate -- important time actually enjoyed himself -- we're in recession you shouldn't raise taxes on anyone consider the Democrat. One important time he did not. Rested after the nice long -- I had in the first event. He also did this once before and says he will never do it again but this time he had that day job pulling him in all directions it was governed and run. It was governed and run govern and run governed and surviving it this adventure that exhausted and aged them both -- in -- shared some of the ways that they cope. He's been calling home every night from the campaign so has he. Hearing those friendly voices mattered. They both worked out a -- on the road where they could in hotels whose names they'll never remember in towns whose names they should. Meals just opportunities. Obama known to grab a burger after the -- Romney now and then going from room service just for the rare quiet of the dinner alone of course they beat each other up. And those hands in those players get something forms a bond here to -- What it was like to -- them to be running for president in 2012 they were alone in that knowledge and together a shared experience. Till tomorrow when one wins. And the other does not. John Donvan ABC news Washington.
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