Candidates do a massive push through battleground states Monday in a last attempt to sway voters before the polls open.
MCCAIN: Will make stops in seven different cities in seven states — including Florida, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Indiana, New Mexico, Nevada and Arizona.
Palin stumps in Ohio, Missouri, Iowa, Colorado and Nevada.
OBAMA: Swings through some of his toughest battlegrounds — Florida, North Carolina and Virginia.
Biden is dispatched to Missouri, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Plus: The NYT looks at how McCain and Obama are holding up as the race nears its end.
And: Both candidates plan to stump on Election Day itself, with McCain in Colorado and New Mexico and Obama in Indiana.
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