Election Day in America is just one day away. President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney know it, too, as they prepared to visit several states Monday (November 5).
The race is still labeled as too close too call, with one leading electoral vote map saying as many as 89 electoral votes are in the toss-up category.
In New York and New Jersey, ravaged last week by Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy, officials were scrambling with last-minute measures to hold the election.
And in Florida, a crucial swing state, there were reports of confusion at voting sites -- shades of the 2000 election.
Here's a look at online news accounts of some leading last-minute developments.
- Obama's early-voting lead smaller than in 2008 -- USA TODAY
- Confusion arises in Florida's early voting -- Los Angeles Times
- Obama and Romney begin final push with only hours until Election Day -- Washington Post
- Despite Storm Damage, Election Officials Hopeful -- ABC News
- Electoral Vote Tracker -- USA TODAY
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