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The final day of campaigning is upon us, and from one perspective it looks a little bit like the battle of the bands. Let's see ... Obama, Springsteen and Jay Z versus Romney, Marshall Tucker Band and Kid Rock. Gee, I wonder who'll come out bested in that contest.

And all that can be said about Bill Clinton after this election is that he sure doesn't campaign like an old guy with heart bypass surgery.

Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen — Madison, WI; Columbus, OH; and Des Moines, IA

Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard between East Wilson and West Doty streets (Madison)
10:45 AM CT

Nationwide Arena, with Jay Z (Columbus)
2:25 PM ET

Des Moines' East Viallage, with Michelle Obama
7:30 PM ET

Joe and Jill Biden — Sterling, VA

Heritage Farm Museum at Claude Moore Park
12 PM ET

Michelle Obama — Charlotte, NC, and Orlando, FL

Flight Operations (Charlotte)
3:15 PM ET

Southport Park (Orlando)
6:10 PM ET

Bill Clinton — Pittsburgh, PA; Scranton, PA; Blue Bell, PA; Philadelphia, PA

Market Square (Pittsburgh)
10:15 AM ET

Scranton High School (Scranton)

Montgomery Community College (Blue Bell)
2:30 PM ET

Palestra Arena, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

Mitt Romney — Sanford, FL; Lynchburg and Fairfax, VA; Columbus, OH; and Manchester, NH

Avion Jet Center (Sanford)

Virginia Aviation (Lynchburg)
12:35 ET

George Mason University (Fairfax)
2:45 PM ET

Landmark Aviation, with Ann Romney and Marshall Tucker Band (Columbus)

Verizon Wireless Arena, with Ann Romney and Kid Rock (Manchester)
11 PM ET

Paul Ryan — Reno, NV; Johnstown, CO; Des Moines, IA; and Vienna, OH

Atlantic Aviation (Reno)
9:25 AM PT

Johnson's Corner (Johnstown)

Elliott Aviation (Des Moines)

Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport (Vienna)
8:45 PM ET                                                                                                   

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