US election: Mitt Romney fights back in Virginia

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Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney pledged to make changes "from day one" as he continued campaigning ahead of Tuesday's election.

President Obama resumed his campaign on Thursday, after suspending it to focus on the response to storm Sandy.

Speaking at a rally in Virginia, Governor Romney criticised some of the president's recent attacks on him and vowed to make changes "from day one".

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