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Two days from the finish, President Barack Obama's campaign is mobilizing a massive get-out-the-vote effort aimed at carrying the Democrat to victory.
Meanwhile, Republican Mitt Romney makes a late play for votes in Democratic-leaning Pennsylvania.
Both campaigns predict victory in Tuesday's election. Obama's closing out the campaign with an apparent edge in some key battleground states, including Ohio.
Romney's campaign is projecting momentum and banking on late-breaking voters to propel him to victory in the exceedingly close race.
The Republican will briefly cut away from the nine or so competitive states that have dominated the candidates' travel itineraries this fall.
Romney, along with running mate Paul Ryan, plan an early evening rally Sunday in Morrisville, Pa.
Before that, all of the candidates plan stops in Ohio on Sunday as they travel throughout the country.
Obama plans to attend a Cincinnati rally with singer Stevie Wonder performing. Vice President Joe Biden and his wife will be in Fairfield County.
On the Republican side, Romney will hold a rally in Cleveland and Paul Ryan will be in Mansfield.
WBNS-10TV will have coverage of the campaign stops throughout the day on 10TV.com and tonight on WBNS-10TV News.