Both Campaigns Feel Good About Colorado Going Into Election Day

November 6, 2012 11:20 AM

Both Campaigns Feel Good About Colorado Going Into Election Day
" DENVER (CBS4)- The presidential campaign has been focused on Colorado voters with the state occupying one of swing state status. The campaigns of both men running for Commander in Chief are optimistic leading into election day.

On the CBS4 Morning News just before the polls opened on Tuesday, Romney Senior Campaign spokesman Ryan Williams said they are confident that voters are ready for real change.

“We’re very optimistic about the race. Gov. Romney has run a very strong campaign and has laid out the very clear choice that voters are facing between his call for real change, his plan to create 12 million new jobs and empower the private sector and Pres. Obama who has not laid out any new plans or his vision for a second term,” said Williams.

Watch Williams’ entire interview on the CBS4 Morning News below.

Pres. Obama Senior Campaign Adviser Robert Gibbs also spoke on CBS4 Morning News just minutes before the polls opened Tuesday morning "

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