Race for Electoral Votes Intensifies Between Obama and Romney
The presidential campaign of the candidates, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney look for his place in the White House, United States, with just two weeks of intense elections till the upcoming November 6.
Jim Messina, the chief-campaign-coordinator of Obama, mobilized thousands of volunteers from the whole country to hold talks with the voters, this suggests a large number of phone calls, a task also performed by the president himself.
In Iowa, Obama informed the voters not to trust in his rival; he defended his economic plan before starting this marathon-travel of 48 hours across eight states. Obama expects to reach an agreement with legislators to reduce the national deficit, and also to reform the immigration law within he first year of his second period, if he is elected. AV