Obama begins campaign day in NH, Romney in Iowa

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November 4, 2012, 12:45 pm
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(NECN: Scot Yount) - Two days to go and New Hampshire is under an international microscope.

President Barack Obama was with former President Bill Clinton just outside the state house in front of a roaring and supportive crowd Sunday.

Clinton defended the president's handling of the economy and said regardless of how you size it up, it would be much worse under Republican control.

Romney was in New Hampshire Saturday, speaking to his base in Newington at the airport. He told enthusiastic supporters he has a plan to grow the economy and add millions of jobs.
Both candidates know just how important the Granite State's just four electoral college votes could be on Tuesday.

Romney starts the day in Iowa, moves to Ohio, then Pennsylvania.

Obama now heads to Florida, then Ohio before ending the day in Colorado.

Monday, both President Obama and Governor Romney have full schedules, with Romney ending the day at a huge rally planned for Manchester.

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