Romney 'running on fumes' in Election Day stops

RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio (AP) — Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has made one final stop in Ohio today as he wraps up his presidential campaign.

After voting near his Boston-area home this morning, Romney visited staffers and volunteers at a Cleveland-area campaign office, telling them, "This is a big day for big change."

Also on hand was Romney's running mate, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, who commented that Romney was "kind of operating on fumes" after a hectic campaign schedule over the last few days.

Following the campaign office visit, the pair stopped for lunch at a Wendy's. Both men will return to Boston this evening to await the election returns, with Romney in the meantime making one final stop in the Pittsburgh area and Ryan visiting Virginia.

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