Kissimmee, Fla. (AP) Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama says he doesn't want to look back on the final days of the campaign and regret not doing something to help sway voters.
Both Obama and his Republican rival, John McCain, are stepping up their efforts to reach voters in swing states as next week's election draws closer.
In an interview broadcast Thursday on ABC's “Good Morning America,” Obama said that when the polls close, he doesn't want to ask himself if there was an argument he didn't make or a hand he didn't shake.
Obama is targeting Florida, Virginia and Missouri on Thursday while McCain is taking the fight to defiance, Ohio, in a quest to tilt the few remaining swing states his way.
Obama holds leads in polls nationally.
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