Barack Obama is showing no let up going into the final weekend before Election Day.
The first stop on today's schedule takes Obama to the same place where it all began with his first primary season win -- Iowa.
Then, after a Halloween stop at home, he'll close out the day at a rally in the Chicago suburb of Gary, Indiana.
Polls in Indiana show the race is tight in what's normally a Republican-leaning state.
But with rallies scheduled across the country, many of them in traditionally Republican-leaning states, Obama hints none of the polls will mean anything on Tuesday if those who say they support him don't turn out to vote.
It's also reported that Illinois Congressman Rahm Emanuel has been approached about being Obama's chief of staff. Emanuel says it's hard to talk about a job that doesn't exist yet.