UPDATE: Obama's campaign ends where it all began
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- President Barack Obama is asking Iowa voters to help him finish what they started in the state four years ago.
In his last political rally as a candidate, Obama says Iowa voters helped start "a movement that spread across the country."
More than 20,000 people are attending the outdoor rally on the eve of Election Day.
For the president, the Iowa rally is steeped with nostalgia. His win in the state's 2008 caucus jumpstarted his first presidential bid. And his last rally Monday night is being held in front of the building that housed his campaign headquarters during that election.
UPDATE: On election eve, Romney promises `real change'
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) -- Mitt Romney is rallying New Hampshire voters on the eve of Election Day, repeating his promise of "real change' if elected.
The Republican presidential candidate also told more than 10,000 voters late Monday night that a second Obama term could cause another recession.
The rally in a packed sports arena in Manchester, N.H., is the fifth stop on a daylong, four-state slog that first took him to Florida, Virginia and Ohio.
The former Massachusetts governor launched his presidential campaign in New Hampshire in June 2011. The 11 p.m. rally was supposed to be his final campaign stop, but then Romney added Election Day campaigning in Ohio and Pennsylvania.