CHICAGO (AP) - President Barack Obama has turned over his re-election prospects to the voters.
Obama closed down his campaign late Monday with a nostalgia-filled rally in Iowa, the state that jumpstarted his first presidential bid. He'll spend Election Day in his hometown of Chicago, making his final appeals to voters in satellite interviews rather than a final flurry of campaign rallies.
He told supporters in Iowa, quote: "It's out of my hands now. It's in yours."
The president heads into Election Day tied with Republican challenger Mitt Romney in national polls. But in some of the key battleground states, including Ohio, Iowa and Wisconsin, that will decide the White House race, Obama appears to have a slight edge.
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