Romney son in Michigan: Feels really good on vote
Get-out-the-vote efforts taking place across state to drive voters to polls
Josh Romney says he feels "really good about how things look" nationwide and in Michigan as he campaign for his father on the eve of the presidential election.
Matt and brother Josh Romney appeared Monday at Kent County Republican headquarters in Grand Rapids.
Josh Romney got loud applause as he predicted Republican candidate Mitt Romney will carry his native state and that there will be a "big victory party."
The visit was the first of a string by Matt Romney that also includes stops in Lansing, Livonia, Monroe, Ann Arbor and Grand Blanc. Josh Romney is campaigning in Minnesota.
Republican Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder also plans a number of stops, and Democrats plan a last-minute push to get voters to polling places.