Monday night Mitt Romney and Barack Obama made some of their last campaign stops in crucial swing states. Obama brought Jay-Z to Ohio for a much-publicized rendition of "99 Problems," and continued his tour with Bruce Springsteen. Romney rallied in New Hampshire with veteran rocker Kid Rock.
Rock performed his song "Born Free" which Romney has used as a campaign song.
“I have to say thank you to Kid Rock," Ann Romney said, ABC News reports. "Let me tell you we are kids of Detroit, Kid Rock and I are, and Mitt is a kid of Detroit, and we love Michigan. We love Kid Rock. We love that he stood up for us and helped us out for all this time.”
After performing the song, Rock asked the crowd to "please welcome the next president and first lady, Mr. Mitt and Ann Romney."
Romney also received support from Sam Moore of Sam & Dave. "I love and respect my country and I want it back," Moore said, according to USA Today. "I want the country that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and so many others including myself marched for; that we gave blood and sweat to help create, that's why I support Mitt Romney for president."