WASHINGTON (AP) -- The pool of undecided voters is small but their importance is underscored by the presidential candidates' intense campaign plans in the days before the election.
President Barack Obama alone is set to cover 5,300 miles just today. Republican Mitt Romney isn't relaxing either, with lots of travel on his agenda. He's campaigning today in Reno, Nev., and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, before a three-stop swing in Ohio on Thursday.
Obama has centered on a closing theme that voters simply cannot trust Romney, while the challenger warns of the bleak times that he says four more Obama years would bring.
Setting up for a frenetic finish, both campaigns are seeking to show they have enthusiasm and organization on their side.