(ABC News) -- The most expensive presidential race in history is now in the hands of voters, but Mitt Romney's not done.
The GOP nominee is making two more campaign stops later Tuesday in Ohio and Pennsylvania after casting his ballot this morning in Massachusetts. The Romney campaign added the two stops knowing their path to victory is more narrow than President's Obama.
Overnight in New Hampshire, Romney held his final rally.
“Your votes and your work right here in New Hampshire will help me become the next President of the United States,” Romney said.
Also Monday night, the former Massachusetts governor appeared on Monday Night Football where he told Chris Berman that he deserves credit for the championships won by the New England Patriots and Boston Red Sox.
“Look as governor; you get blamed for everything that goes wrong. You might as well get credit for what goes right,” Romney said.
The Romney campaign needs a lot to go right today. The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll shows President Obama leading among people who voted early, so the Romney campaign must make up that difference.
President Obama is keeping his Election Day tradition of shooting hoops after doing a few satellite interviews in swing states. Last night, the President was teary-eyed ending his campaign in the state that started it all for him.
“I’ve come back to Iowa one more time to ask for your vote,” the President said.
Tuesday is all about turnout. The Romney campaign thinks republicans are more enthusiastic and more likely than Obama’s supporters to vote.