Final Presidential Focus on Iowa
Des Moines, IA -- President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's campaigns made a final push in Iowa on Monday just hours before the polls open. KMTV Action 3 News was the only Omaha media outlet to attend the events.
An estimated 20,000 people turned out to see the President speak in the East Village area of Des Moines late Monday night. The First Lady, Michelle Obama, and Bruce Springsteen were also on hand to encourage voters to get to the polls.
President Obama encouraged people to help finish what he started in Iowa in 2008. The Des Moines appearance was the President's final rally of his re-election campaign. He also visited Wisconsin, and Ohio on Monday.
Meanwhile, Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan made a stop in Des Moines Monday evening as well. Ryan was greeted by about 800 people chanting "One More Day". He, his wife, and three children made the trip to thank voters for their support and to encourage undecided voters.
Mitt Romney visited Virginia, New Hampshire, and Ohio on Monday. He plans to continue to campaign on Election Day.