McCain on a dizzying campaign charge through 3 US states where victory could tip vote
With two days remaining in the hard-fought presidential contest, Republican John McCain has set out on a dizzying campaign charge through three states where victory could yet tip the presidential contest in his favor, the Associated Press reported.
McCain's scrappy closing scramble in what has been America's longest presidential campaign resounds with his promise of a come-from-behind victory against Barack Obama.
A victory for the four-term Arizona senator would mark a true upset given Obama's solid lead in most national and key state polls.
On Sunday, McCain was dashing from Pennsylvania to New Hampshire and then to Florida for a late night rally.
"We're a few points down but we're coming back," he told supporters. "I'm not afraid of the fight, I'm ready for it and you're going to fight with me."