Final rallies in So. Fla. before election day
HIALEAH, Fla. (WSVN) -- Final rallies in South Florida were held for the Republican and Democratic parties as election day approaches.
Mitt Romney supporters gathered in Hialeah Monday morning, hoping the Republican wins the race tomorrow.
Former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice and Jeb Bush met with supporters at Broward Collage in Davie. Both are confident but said Romney needs supporters to come out to win the state. "He needs to win Florida, and that's why I'm here, because I'm hoping that people will get out and that they will vote, and take their friends to the polls with them," said Rice.
"We are confident because I think he's gonna carry Florida," said Bush.
The Democratic party is working till the very end to make sure votes are placed for President Barack Obama. "We're going door-to-door, talking to people about why they need to vote tomorrow without fail," said an Obama supporter.
Obama supporters met in Little Havana and have everything prepared, hoping to reach the last few voters who may still be undecided. "It's the day before election day, and we're excited about it," said President Obama supporter Dick Goodyear. "We're fired up, ready to go, and we're bringing it home for the President."
Obama was in Florida on Sunday for one last time. The first lady Michelle Obama will be campaigning for her husband in Orlando Monday night.
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