5:53 p.m. E.T.
The three Obamans briefed reporters on the latest data from the battlegrounds and repeated their mantra they maintain small but persistent leads where it matters.
Listen to the 26-minute call with Q&A, including state-by-state breakdowns of the Big 9, early vote numbers, GOTV efforts, and an explanation of the President’s “revenge” remarks at a Friday rally.
Romney political director Rich Beeson has already forwarded along his response to the call:
“If the Obama campaign spent half the time trying to get people back to work as they do spinning reporters on why they’re going to win this election, the unemployment rate might not have gone up. That said, it doesn’t matter how many offices you have, staff you hire, or ground game plans you have – you need a candidate who can tell the American people why things will be better, not worse, after four years of their leadership. The choice is clear: Governor Romney is offering Americans a future of more jobs, more take home pay, and less debt. The President can’t do the same.”