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Obama, aware that even his supporters are "frustrated sometimes with the pace of change," has altered his closing appeal to emphasize that he has the scars - and gray hair - to testify to the battles he’s fought with his Republican foes in Congress.
"I’m frustrated too, sometimes," he said Sunday in New Hampshire. "But you know where I stand. You know what I believe. You know I tell the truth. And you know that I will fight for you and your families every single day, as hard as I know how."
After Des Moines, Obama was scheduled to return to his home town, Chicago, where he will wait with his family Tuesday for results to come in. "It’s safe to say that all Election Day traditions will be observed," Axelrod said.
Love is organizing the president’s traditional Election Day pickup basketball game.
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