President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney are focused on swing states in the last full day of campaigning before polls open.

The Obama campaign has stops planned for Madison, Wis., Columbus, Ohio, and Des Moines, Iowa on Monday. Romney visited Sanford, Fla. and continued on to Lunchburg and Fairfax, Va., Columbus, Ohio, and Manchester, N.H.

Former President Bill Clinton will campaign for Obama in Pennsylvania after a Romeny visit on Sunday that drew one of his largest crowds.

The stars are coming out to support both candidates. Bruce Springsteen will join Obama at all three stops on Monday and hip hop mogul Jay-Z will join in Columbus. Kid Rock and country group the Marshall Tucker Band will perform at Romney's final rally in New Hampshire.

National polls from NBC/Wall Street Journal, Washington Post-ABC News, and the Pew Research Center show the candidates in a dead heat with the election just one day away.

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