Mitt Romney's campaigning in Pennsylvania and Ohio on Election Day (or at least that's what the Associated Press says). He's going to Philly and Cleveland.
So, should President Obama follow suit? Both Obama and McCain did it last time when, arguably, Obama didn't need to campaign at all on Election Day.
It's a tricky one, this. A big Obama rally takes voters away from the polls, and in a place like Ohio, where every vote counts, but every voter doesn't, this might be a risky. On the other hand, it could increase GOTV nationally, boosting and exciting supporters at the last minute.
My thought is, he should go for it. Why give Romney all the Election Day positive visuals (Obama's already voted, so there goes that press availability)? Hold one rally and then head off to Chicago. I don't think Romney's rallies will cost Obama Pennsylvania or Ohio (the cake is baked at this point), but it couldn't hurt, could it?