4:25 PM EST, November 6, 2012
The debates and fundraisers are all over and now it's up to the voters to decide who will be the next president of the United States.
President Obama has made his final pitch for re-election.
Tonight, he'll be watching the election results roll in right here in Chicago.
The president's election festivities will be indoors this time.
A few thousand supporters are expected to pack McCormick Place's lakeside center.
This morning, the president made an unannounced stop at a campaign office in Hyde Park.
The president thanked campaign workers and congratulated GOP challenger, Mitt Romney, on a "spirited" campaign.
Mr. Obama also made calls to supporters in the batleground state of Wisconsin and urged them to get out and vote.
Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, flew to Cleveland in hopes of winning more votes in that crucial swing state.