In Minnesota, a state normally known for its wide Democratic streak, President Obama's lead in the polls has narrowed, leading surrogates for both Obama and challenger Romney to make last-minute campaign stops, the Minnesota Daily reported Wednesday.
Clinton greeted an enthusiastic crowd of about 1,800 people, many of them students, at McNamara Alumni Center Tuesday morning.
One week before the election, Clinton gave the president a ringing endorsement, likely in a move to solidify Obama's lead in the state.
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan also made a stop in Minnesota, having dinner at O'Gara's in St. Paul, according to the Star Tribune.
Both campaigns accused the other of being on the defensive, but the latest polls reveal this to be a three-point race in Minnesota.