It could be a long election night for both Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.  During a stop this week in New Bedford, U-S Senator John Kerry predicted a close election on Tuesday.

The latest national polls show Romney and the President neck and neck.  Speaking in the battleground state of Virginia, Romney predicted continued high unemployment if the President is re-elected.  Romney repeated a pledge to create 12 million new jobs by the end of his first term.  Campaigning in Wisconsin Thursday, the President said much has been done in the past four years to dig out of the deep recession.  He stressed that the "work goes on."