Here's our last look at the state of the polls before we know the result tomorrow.
After months of campaigning, millions spent on advertising and mail, the campaign has settled in to where it always looked destined to, a narrow lead for the president, creating an even narrower path for Mr Romney to achieve 270 electoral college votes.
The most conservative of the polling analyst, Real Clear Politics, has the race for electoral college votes almost neck-and-neck
One of the states they have in the toss-up column naturally being Ohio. However, their state-by-state look at the polling shows President Obama with a lead averaging 2.9%, one of his largest in some time, right at the moment he would want to be leading.
Meanwhile, 538, the NYT poll analyst has the President winning the electoral college vote 307.2 - 230.8, a margin that has been increasing since the first debate
583 has the probably of President Obama winning Ohio at 86.8%.
If you just want to settle in an watch the results, BuzzFeed has created a "Viewer's Guide To Who Won The Presidential Election"
*The New York Times counts 512 possible outcomes — but the paths above are the likely ones.
As you can see, Romney has to run the table of swing states in order to prevail.
Of course, all of this only matters if you vote. Don't forget to check our our voters checklist of what you might need, and what your voting rights are in Ohio.