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In response, the president's team points to his lead in polls in both states and argues the money and time spent in them by the Romney campaign amounts to a bluff to try to depict nonexistent momentum.
In a sign of the strategic maneuvering at hand, Romney surrogates and super PACs supporting him also are targeting two states considered likely to go for Obama Michigan and Pennsylvania.
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the airport tarmac that Romney is trying to sell failed Republican policies that helped cause the financial collapse of 2008 as forward progress.
Maria Cardona, a Democratic strategist and CNN contributor, said she expected similar attacks on Romney in the final days of the race.
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After years of planning and months of campaigning, the most expensive presidential race in history comes down to a final five day whirlwind of speeches and television ads in the eight states still up for grabs.
Perhaps no one said it better than 4 year old Abigael Evans of Fort Collins, Colorado, who according to NPR cried after listening to more election coverage on the radio and told her mother: "I'm tired of Broncobama and Mitt Romney."
Whatever the reason, Obama's team and supporting groups also have devoted some new attention to both Pennsylvania and Michigan, which are crucial to the president's strategy for nailing down the electoral advantage.
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"These are the last five days of his last campaign ever," noted Obama campaign spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki. "So you will hear many of the themes, much about the fight that he's been waging throughout his . career in public life on behalf of the middle class."
Vice President Joe Biden followed that script Thursday, telling an Iowa crowd that Obama "says what he means and he means what he says, and no one can say that about Gov. Romney."
Both candidates sought Thursday to balance their campaign stump speeches between longstanding criticism of each other with positive messaging meant to inspire voters to choose them.
Earlier, Romney told cheering, sign waving supporters in Roanoke, Virginia, that Obama's policies have failed to bring the kind of economic growth the nation should be experiencing, asking if people wanted "four more years like the last four years" with high unemployment, trillion dollar deficits and political gridlock in Washington.
The Romney campaign says both states are in play due to what it calls a surge of momentum that emerged after the first presidential debate on October 3, which analysts and polls scored a solid victory for the former Massachusetts governor over a lackluster Obama.
In an example of the advertising battle, a Romney's campaign ad broadcast this week in Florida seeks to link Obama to Venezuela's Hugo Chavez and Cuba's Fidel Castro leftist leaders reviled by much of the state's Cuban American population. The ad spotlights endorsements from Chavez and Mariela Castro, the niece of Fidel, who both said they would vote for Obama if they could.
Romney echoed the ad in his first stop Thursday in Virginia, ending a temporary cease fire in direct political attacks this week due to Superstorm Sandy by saying "we don't need a secretary of business to understand business, we need a president who understands business and I do, and that's why I'll be able to get this economy going."
Referring to the Republican challenger, Cardona said "the dissonance between what he is saying now, what he has said in the past, and what his policies will actually do is something that voters are going to continue to hear about from the Obama campaign and their surrogates, as they should."
Concluding a race expected to cost more than $6 billion overall, Obama and Romney and their running mates will hit all the battleground states Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Ohio, New Hampshire, Nevada, Virginia and Wisconsin. The campaigns are also unloading a blast of television ads and mailings that threaten to overwhelm voters already saturated with politicking.
The Obama campaign, meanwhile, released new television and radio ads that featured the endorsement for the president by former Secretary of State Colin Powell, a Republican. The ads to run in the battleground states as well as North Carolina include Powell supporting achievements of Nike Air Max 2014 Mens Sale Obama's first term.
While non Cuban Latinos overwhelmingly support Obama, according to polls, Romney and Republicans hold an advantage among more conservative Cuban Americans.
The focus is on battleground states worth 95 of the 270 electoral votes needed to win. Both sides are trying to close the deal with a dwindling number of uncommitted voters while making sure supporters actually cast ballots.
For Obama, that means overcoming disappointment with continuing high unemployment and sluggish economic recovery during his presidency.
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President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney plan to hold virtually nonstop events between now and the Tuesday election considered too close to call.
"He is saying he is the candidate of change," Obama said. "Well, let me tell you Wisconsin we know what change looks like and what the governor is offering sure ain't change."
Pointing to his own record of health care reform, Wall Street reform and other steps he said were intended to strengthen the middle class, the president told his supporters they know real change when they see it.
Another Obama ad took aim at an earlier Romney spot that implied Chrysler was shifting Jeep manufacturing from the United States to China, a claim denied by the automaker. The Obama campaign said the ad will run in Michigan and Ohio, two big auto industry states.
The challenge is to pick up any remaining undecided voters while motivating all bona fide supporters to either cast votes early or head to the polls on Tuesday.
That means a game of campaign chess that started Thursday, with appearances by the candidates and their surrogates as well as advertising dollars allocated to the places considered most vital to success.
Another Romney ad released Thursday attacked Obama's suggestion in an interview with MSNBC that he would consider consolidating government agencies under a new "secretary of business" in a second term. The ad portrayed the comment as more big government, saying Obama's "solution Nike Air Max 2017 Usa
Romney and Republicans were counting on the American people to be "so worn down by all the squabbling, so tired of all the dysfunction that you will actually reward obstruction and put people back in charge who advocate the very policies that got us into this mess," Obama said.
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