In less than 24 hours Americans will make their choice as to who should be in the White House over the next four years. President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney are making their final push in battleground states that may decide the election.
The candidates are standing in front of crowds of hundreds of people explaining how they will move America forward from high unemployment and rising deficits.
"Unless we change course," Romney said at his first event of the day in Sanford, Florida. "We may be looking at another recession."
Obama started his final day of campaigning Monday with a late-morning event in Madison, Wisconsin, where he was introduced by rocker Bruce Springsteen and outlined why he deserves four more years in office.
"Wisconsin, you know me by now. ... You know that I say what I mean and I mean what I say," Obama told the crowd. "I said I'd end the war in Iraq, and I ended it. I said I would pass health care reform, I passed it."
As the candidates make their final bid for votes, Erin Burnett is in the crucial battleground state of Ohio and tonight will be talking to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), a Cuban-American and a rising GOP star and Robert Gibbs, Senior campaign adviser for President Barack Obama.
Tune to Erin Burnett OutFront at 7p and 11p ET on CNN.