(CNN) -- President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are barnstorming through the electoral battlegrounds Sunday and Monday, making their closing arguments in an election that two new national polls show to be tied.
Obama left the White House on Sunday morning for New Hampshire, where he appeared at a rally in Concord with top surrogate former President Bill Clinton. In Concord, he tried to paint Tuesday's vote as a choice between policies that had moved the country out of the depths of recession and ones that got it into one in the first place.
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