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Morning Roundup: In Charlotte, First Lady says it's all on the line today

First Lady Michelle Obama repeated Monday what her husband did four years ago – held an election eve rally in Charlotte and urged supporters to stay “fired up” for one more day.

“It’s all going to come down to what happens in a few key battleground states like North Carolina,” Obama told more than 4,000 people who jammed a hanger at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. “… It’s all at stake tomorrow.” Full story here.

More political headlines:

--An Election Day primer: N.C. counties to watch, top battleground states and a TV guide. Weather won't be a problem statewide.

--Republican Pat McCrory made one of his final appearances in his campaign for governor at Wingate University on Monday, delivering a youth-tinged message about the state’s economy.

--Columnist Barry Saunders says not voting is not an option.

--Debra Goldman attempted a last-minute reboot of her campaign for state auditor Monday by revisiting previously reported issues involving incumbent auditor Beth Wood, but the gambit also refocused attention on her own problems as a Wake County school board member.

--At the national level: A third party candidate may swing the election. Five things to watch. Ohio may see delayed results. Obama and Romney make last minute pleas.

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