President Obama will continue campaigning Tuesday via the airwaves, doing interviews with at least “about a dozen” local and state satellite radio interviews to try to get his voters to the polls, according to campaign Press Secretary Jen Psaki. Also airing Tuesday will be about a dozen drive-time radio interviews he is taping today.
Obama plans to be at home in Chicago Tuesday where he likely will, as is his tradition, play a game of basketball on Election Day.
Tonight, the president will appear on ESPN in halftime interview.
Gov. Mitt Romney will continue campaigning in person on Tuesday, making appearances in Ohio and Pittsburgh before heading to Boston to watch the returns.