What a candidate does on Election Day

By Tyler Davis

Today is going to be a busy day for the presidential candidates. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama will be making their final push to voters, attending their campaign’s election day events and, except for Obama, voting.

Obama’s stopped by the gym before his campaign event at McCormick Place to play some basketball, according to a tweet from CBS correspondent Mark Knoller. Because Obama came to town on Oct. 25 to vote early, he had plenty of time to shoot some hoops.

Rommey, on the other hand, had to stop in Belmont, Mass. before his last minute trip through Ohio and Pennsylvania, according to the Los Angeles Times. He did have time, however, to stop at a Wendy’s in Ohio to enjoy some burgers with Paul Ryan.

Romney was quoted on the Wall Street Journal’s election blog saying they visited the fast-food chain because it was “invented” in Ohio.