Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney arrived at the Pittsburgh International Airport for his final stop of the campaign this afternoon, but his two-minute appearance was not public.
Mr. Romney arrived around 3:10 p.m. at Atlantic Aviation Services and his arrival was only open to members of the press. A few supporters were there chanting "USA!" From there, Mr. Romney was whisked away in a motorcade.
His campaign declined to say where he was going, but he arrived at Republican offices in Green Tree.
The governor's marathon election day also includes a stop in Cleveland -- also closed to the public but open briefly to reporters -- in a last-ditch effort to pick up votes in a crucial swing state.
He started his day by voting with wife Ann in Belmont, Mass., and is scheduled to end the day in Boston.