Here are the top political headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:
- Obama, Romney exhort crowds in dashes to vital states: The race remains extremely close, with both President Obama and Mitt Romney predicting victory but passionately urging their supporters to vote. Globe politics reporter Brian MacQuarrie and correspondent Callum Borchers detail.
- Lawyers for both parties ready to challenge results: Presidential elections are decided at the ballot box, but this one could get a little assistance from the courtroom. Globe politics reporter Matt Viser explains.
- Ballot questions intended to send leaders a message: In a pair of nonbinding ballot questions, some Mass. voters have the chance to tell the newly elected officials what they would like them to do when they get to Capitol Hill. Globe reporter Peter Schworm writes.