This presidential race may very well come down to a single state - Ohio. New CNN poll of polls from the Buckeye State shows President Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney by 2 points, 49% to 46% among likely voters.
OutFront tonight: John Avlon – Senior Political Columnist, Newsweek/The Daily Beast, he's in Youngstown, Ohio travelling with the CNN election express.
With polls showing that white voters are leaning more towards Romney, President Obama is trying to offset that loss by focusing on other groups.
Can the president win the White House without white voters?
OutFront tonight: John Avlon who's been travelling to key battleground states aboard CNN's Election Express. He's in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
The Romney campaign announced Thursday a massive fund-raising haul of nearly $112 million in the first half of October. Every dollar a campaign raises is important, especially as we start closing out the most expensive presidential campaign in American history.
How much money are Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama spending and where is the money being spent?
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributor John Avlon has been monitoring the spending and has been travelling with the CNN Election Express in crucial battleground swing states. FULL POST
Both President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are vying for the Latino vote. The President released a new ad in Spanish and for the first time the ad features his the first lady.
"So much is at stake, comprehensive immigration reform, making sure health care is not repealed, education, a making sure every young person has access to good schools and I could go on and on and on that's why the vote is critical, " said Michele Obama.
The President also tells the Des Moines Register that in a second term he would pass immigration reform.
"I'm confident we'll get done next year is immigration reform," Obama said in the transcript of the interview posted online by the paper. "And since this is off the record, I will just be very blunt. Should I win a second term, a big reason I will win a second term is because the Republican nominee and the Republican Party have so alienated the fastest-growing demographic group in the country, the Latino community."
OutFront tonight: John Avlon who's travelling to key battleground states aboard CNN's Election Express. He is now in Winter Park, Florida, where Ann Romney was spoke earlier today. FULL POST
The presidential candidates are on the road with only 14 days before Americans hit the ballot box. After the final presidential debate, President Barack Obama campaigned in key battleground state of Florida.
The latest CNN poll shows a tight race between the candidates with 49% of likely voters supporting Mitt Romney and 48% supporting President Obama.
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributor John Avlon is travelling to key battleground states aboard CNN's Election Express. He's in Lakeland, Florida.