CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Tuesday's election results may be uncertain, but President Barack Obama and the tight circle of advisers who have surrounded him for years know one thing for sure.
Win or lose, this is it for campaigning.
These final days of Obama's final political campaign, played out across many of the same towns and cities that propelled him to the White House in 2008, are full of nostalgia.
Former staffers and old friends are traveling with the president for the campaign's final stretch. Obama's closing argument speech is peppered with talk of change, the central theme of his 2008 bid. And the campaign's fundraising juggernaut, which is shutting down for good, already sent its last email to supporters, bidding them "goodbye."
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