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President Obama drums up support in Florida as election looms




Supporters cheer as US President Back Obama speaks during a campaign rally at Ybor City Museum State Park on October 25, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. Obama returns to his home turf of Chicago, to cast an early ballot for the November 6 election, a brief detour during his eight-state, 40-hour campaign tour.
Supporters cheer as US President Back Obama speaks during a campaign rally at Ybor City Museum State Park on October 25, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. Obama returns to his home turf of Chicago, to cast an early ballot for the November 6 election, a brief detour during his eight-state, 40-hour campaign tour.
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It’s only days to go before Election Day, and Take Two heads to Florida where a mountain of ads, fiery DVDs, and fierce campaigns have swept over the state.

President Obama will spend part of his day in Tampa, Florida today. The Sunshine State has 29 electoral college votes and the latest polls show Romney leading by a razor-thin margin.

For more on the ground war, we turn now to Marc Caputo, political writer for the Miami Herald.