Mitt Romney wil not spend the final hours of the presidential race in his hometown, as is traditional for a candidate, but instead will embark upon a ast-minute push for votes in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The two Election Day campaign stops, which were added to the schedule Monday afternoon, cap a campaign season of upheaval, unconventional moves and late-in-the-game surges that make Tuesday’s outcome difficult to predict, CNN reports.
Romney wakes up at home in Belmont Massachusetts, on Tuesday morning after a few hours of sleep. He and his wife, Ann, wil vote at their local polling place before the campaign charter takes off for the heavily contested area of middle America known as the Rust Belt.
The Romney campaign said the GOP presidential nominee would make two quick nformal stops in Cleveland and Pittsburgh to thank volunteers and help with get-out-the- vote efforts.