Pooler describes mood on the eve of elections.
On the eve of mid-term elections that are widely predicted to deal a serious setback to his party, President Obama is hunkered down in the West Wing of the White House today.
Press Secretary Robert Gibbs says President Obama's schedule of closed meetings throughout the day will include some time to tape radio interviews set to air on election day throughout the country.
Tonight, the president plans to make phone calls to boost the morale ofactivists and other party organizers in key battleground states, includingFlorida, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and his native Hawaii.
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