Shortly after midnight on Nov. 7, 2012, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney addressed supporters in Boston, Mass. with his official concession speech. Romney lost the race to the White House after President Barack Obama clinched 303 electoral votes to Romney's 206.
BELMONT, Mass. (AP) — Mitt Romney has cast his ballot in the presidential election.
After all the flights, all the speeches, the debates, hand-shakes, nods, gestures and smiles, it was time for him to vote and then hold curtain-closing campaign rallies in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Then, he had to contemplate the fall of night and the counting of votes, and hope for the best.
It's the busiest day of the campaign for the two presidential candidates, their running mates and their wives, who are visiting seven of the swing states that will help determine Tuesday which man will occupy the White House for the next four years.
The second presidential debate is a wrap.
Here are some highlights of the action:
The first question of the evening was from a college student wondering what the employment situation would be when he graduated:
Romney said keeping college costs affordable was essential, and that he had a five-point plan for the economy: "I will make sure you have a job when you graduate in 2014...
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is preparing for his second debate with President Barack Obama but still taking time to tell voters in Ohio that enthusiasm for him is surging both in Ohio and across the country.