In twenty-four hours, the campaign promises and commercials cease, and the American people head to the polls to pick a president.
A brand new CNN/ORC poll out this morning has Mitt Romney and President Obama in a dead heat among likely voters, tied at 49% each.
Obama campaign deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter weighs in on the latest figures on "Starting Point" this morning, drawing a distinction between national and swing state polls.
"In every single battleground state we’re either tied or have a solid lead," Cutter says. "We feel very good about where we are today."
Cutter also responds to the GOP's push to pick up voters in Ohio and discusses the Romney campaign's controversial Jeep ad that has been running in the state.
"If they felt good about where they were in Ohio, they wouldn't be running those ads," Cutter says.
Re: McCain's Veterans' anger over President Obama's handling of Benghazi, I suggest McCain "rest his case" and man up to stop his bitterness over his 2008 defeat.
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