And also tonight, the latest in our brand new daily abc news/"washington post" polls. Tonight, the poll gives mitt romney a one-point edge. So, we asked abc's david muir to tell us his strategy for... See More
And also tonight, the latest in our brand new daily abc news/"washington post" polls. Tonight, the poll gives mitt romney a one-point edge. So, we asked abc's david muir to tell us his strategy for the final stretch. Reporter: Mitt romney bolting through the battlegrounds. Today, on the plane, it was the candidate taking pictures. Romney capturing images of his staff sneaking a nap as romney races to the finish. In just the last 24 hours, virginia -- virginia, we're going to win ON NOVEMBER 6th, I'LL TELL YOU That. Reporter: Wisconsin. God bless the people of wisconsin. Thank you. Reporter: And tonight, ohio. Wow, it's good to be back. Reporter: Romney supporters with their own version of that obama rallying cry of "four more years." Four more days! You got that right. Reporter: And today, romney's closing argument, meant to appeal to the moderate voters, the sliver in the middle that might still be persuadable. Promising to work the other party, with this attack aimed at the president. He promised he'd have a post-partisan presidency. But it's been the most partisan I've seen, with bitterness and division and demonization. Hallmarks of his presidency. Reporter: The romney campaign eager to move past those images of chris christie applauding the president's response this week to hurricane sandy. Tonight, the campaign tells me they're ground game in the swing statements is far ahead of where john McCain's was four years ago. Here in ohio, they believe romney's strength among independents will fuel a win here. In the sub burrs surrounding cincinnati, all matted phones, dozens dialing at once. Listen to this volunteer that reaches a coveted voter who's clearly had their phone ring before. You're not being punished. Think of it is you are well liked. Reporter: Consider yourself very liked, as they call those voters over and over again. Tonight, the governor joined by his wife ann, his five sons and by kid rock, diane, look over my shoulder here tonight. He's rocking out the crowd for thousands. And I got a kick out of this. He just had the crowd singing "sweet home cincinnati." So even kid rock is tailoring his message to the voters here in a key battleground. Diane. Thank you so much, david muir
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