John McCain and Barack Obama are in the final leg of their race for the White House.
Many national and battleground state polls show McCain trailing Obama.
But during a rally Thursday in Pennsylvania, Sen. McCain encouraged supporters that the campaign is far from over.
"We've got 19 days to go, we're six points down. The national media, as they have (done) several times before, has written us off," he said. "sen. Obama is measuring the drapes and planning with speaker Pelosi and Sen. Harry Reid to raise taxes and increase spending."
In last night's final debate, McCain referred to Obama's constant efforts to tie him to the president, and insisted he's no George Bush.
Thursday in rainy New Hampshire, Obama said what matters is McCain's policies are the same as Bush's.
"In three debates and over 20 months, John McCain still hasn't explained a single thing he would do differently from George Bush when it comes to the most important economic issues we face today," Obama sadi. "Not one."