On this Election Day, President Obama will do what he’s spent much of the preceding weeks doing: staying out of the public eye. The Hill,
Obama’s schedule on Tuesday includes a closed press meeting with his national security and public health teams to review the Ebola response, as well as a summit with the managing director of the International Monetary Fund.
The president will also host a private lunch with Vice President Biden, and the pair is scheduled to meet with Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel in the late afternoon. But none of the events are scheduled to be open to reporters.
That means Obama won’t have appeared publicly for more than 48 hours before voters head to the polls, underscoring Democratic fears he’ll serve as a liability to vulnerable senators hoping to eek out a victory.