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Velma Hart, National Finance Director/Chief Financial Officer of AMVETS:
“I’m one of your middle-class Americans, and quite frankly I’m exhausted. I’m exhausted of defending you, defending your administration, defending the mantle of change that I voted for, and deeply disappointed with where we are right now. I had been told that I voted for a man who said he was going to change things in a meaningful way for the middle class. I’m one of those people and I’m waiting, sir. I’m waiting. I don’t feel it yet, and I thought that — while it wouldn’t be in great measure — I would feel it in some small measure.”
“My husband and I have joked for years that we thought we were well beyond the hot dogs and beans era of our lives, but, quite frankly, it’s starting to knock on our door and ring true that that might be where we’re headed again, and, quite frankly, Mr. President, I need you to answer this honestly. Is this my new reality?,” she added.
Nearly 17 months of campaigningand $6 billion later, the presidential racecomes down to the final day.
Barack Obama, Mitt Romneyand their running mates held 14 events today in 12 states.
The latest polling illustrates justhow deadlocked this race remains as it heads into its final day.
Shane Taurima reports fromObama's headquarters in Chicago.
On the last day before the election, the candidates have spentthe final 24 hours rallying supporters at 14 scheduled eventsacross nine battleground states.
President Obama isblitzing to the finish line, hitting the state capitalsthat make up his Midwest firewall.
But, as they say, there's pointin an event without stars.
Mitt Romney hit four keystates in his final full day of campaigning before the election.
But hold the applause.
The last national polls taken beforeElection Day have Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in a virtual tie.
But one Chicago voter who hasclose Maori links is confident President Obama will come through.
Chicago is home tothree million people.
The population is evenlymade up of whites, Latinos and African Americans.
Torica Webb is 38.
She's an Associate Professorof Education.
Torica Webb lived in NZfor more than a year and spent a lot of time with Maori.
She says African Americanscould learn a lot from us.
Despite the overwhelming supportof the black community for Obama, the president hashad to defend his record.
Critics say he hasn't done enough, and points to the 14% unemploymentrate among the black community.
Black leaders are worried that themassive turnout of black voters that helped Obama to power in 2008may not happen this time round.
The path to the ballot boxhas also been muddied by a steady barrage ofRepublican-led voter suppression tactics.
Barack Obama will arrivein Chicago at midnight.
Polls open at 6am and will close at 7pm tomorrow.
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