With less than 24 hours until the general election, on Monday "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to the program for his perspectives and predictions on the upcoming vote.
Joining Piers Morgan for a live interview from Milwaukee, the enthusiastic governor anticipated a "by an inch" win for GOP candidate Mitt Romney, in The Badger State specifically, and also across the Midwest in general:
"It's ultimately going to be about turnout and a handful of undecided voters out there," said Walker.
Staying in Big-10 country, former Ohio governor and Barack Obama supporter Ted Strickland also joined the show, exhibiting extreme confidence in the incumbent's chances in the critical battleground state:
"As far as Ohio is concerned, I think the president has had and has maintained as I said a consistent lead for a variety of reasons," said Strickland, "First of all, the auto rescue."
"In Ohio over the last three years, 34% of all private sector investment has been in the auto sector of our economy," he continued. "And I think that's a big deal in Ohio, as it should be, because it's so important to us."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, on the eve of a day which will see the American public elect their next commander-in-chief.
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