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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

How The Presidential Candidates Will Spend Election Day

I voted today, and I ate my carrots.

After all the campaigning, radio and TV ads and the billions of dollars spent to get here, today is election day in the United States.

Here's how the presidential candidates will spend their day.

President Obama's day will include a series of radio and television interviews.  He will also participate in his  traditional Election Day basketball game, make a pit stop at a small campaign field office at the corner of Hyde Park Blvd. (We anticipate he'll make more stops like these).

Later President Obama will eat lunch and dinner at his home in Chicago before delivering a speech tonight from Chicago's McCormick Place.

The First Family will remain overnight in Chicago, Illinois.

Presidential candidate Romney, along with wife Ann, voted earlier today in Belmont, MA. 

Romney will travel today to Ohio and Pennsylvania for last-minute campaign stops. Ohio, once again, is a crucial state for either presidential candidate.

The state has come under fire for its recent voter suppression activities among its African American voters who were told early voting ballots where the same as Election Day ballots.

[Click here for report on Ohio voter suppression].

If you suspect voter fraud in your area, contact for info, or call 866-OUR-VOTE.

No matter who wins, an election party will be had.   Click here to see where.

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