Frantic final push for US rivals
US presidential rivals Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will spend the final day of their election battle in a frantic push to win key votes in swing states.
President Obama and Mr Romney are running almost neck-and-neck in national polls, but figures from many key battlegrounds show the incumbent narrowly ahead.
Steve Kingstone reports from Washington.
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