Mitt Romney will head to Ohio on Election Day to make a final push for the pivotal swing state.
Romney's campaign has confirmed that the Republican presidential nominee will make two stops in the state on Tuesday. He is set to campaign in Cleveland and Pitsburg.
The move comes as somewhat of a surprise. Romney was scheduled to end his campaigning with a late-night rally Monday in New Hampshire. Monday night.
Both Romney and President Barack Obama are aggressively fighting for Ohio. Recent polls give Obama a narrow lead in the battleground state.
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