Belmont, Massachusetts (CNN) - It took Mitt and Ann Romney about three minutes to cast their Election Day votes at a Belmont, Massachusetts polling place Tuesday.
The couple - Romney dressed in a blazer and slacks and his wife, Ann, in a long blue coat, black boots and pearl necklace - filled out their ballots in voting adjoining voting booths at the Beech St. Center.
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Afterward, Romney responded to reporters' questions about the crucial swing state of Ohio, which he will visit in a late-addition to his campaign schedule today.
"I feel great about Ohio," he said.
Romney kissed his wife goodbye and headed off to the airport to board his campaign charter for the trip to Ohio and Pennsylvania.