Obama, Romney take to Twitter in search of votes

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, Last Updated: 9:09 PM ET

Both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama took to Twitter on Tuesday, urging supporters to get out to the polls and make a difference in what many believe will be one of the tightest races in recent memory.

Romney, who has long been charged with failing to identify with voters, stuck to the script on Election Day, tweeting that the U.S. can’t afford another four years under the current regime.

On the opposite end, the U.S. president showed his lighter side, tweeting photos of himself with voters and smiling for the camea on a number of occasions.

Obama certainly reached significantly more Americans than his couterpart. The democratic candidate has just under 22 million followers around the world while his republican competitor has roughly 1.7 million – a massive discrepency that demonstrates the star power of America’s 44th president.

Check out what the candidates had to say throughout the day ...

 


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