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Glee’s Naya Rivera goes for an outdoor workout in Los Angeles with her dog Lucy. The star of the hit series is to be featured next on the show. Staying in shape doesn’t have to be arduous, a casual, walk with a fury friend and lot’s of fun regularly will keep you fit, just like Naya.

Glee’s Naya Rivera goes for an outdoor workout in Los Angeles with her dog Lucy.

Voters in key battleground state, Iowa, came out early Tuesday to cast their ballots in a tight White House race. Duration: 00:31

The race for the White House is tight as U.S. presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney crisscross the country ahead of Tuesday’s election.

At a rally in Virginia, Romney made an appeal for votes in a race that may come down to which side does the best job of getting its supporters to the polls.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE MITT ROMNEY SAYING:

“This is the challenge which I have for you — I need you to go out and convince people to get behind us, to vote, to join our team. One final push will get us there. I know that we can make it happen. We’re so very very close.”

Polls show Obama and Romney are a deadlocked nationally after long, bitter and expensive campaigns – although Obama appears to have a slight edge in the swing states that could decide the election.

In the crucial state of Ohio where he campaigned Sunday night, Obama had 48 percent to Romney’s 44 percent.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA SAYING:

“Now here’s the thing Cincinnati, it turns out we know what change looks like and what Governor Romney is selling is not change. Giving power back to the biggest banks, that’s not change. Another five trillion tax cut that favors the wealthy? Not change.”

Twice during the rally Obama was interrupted by anti-abortion protesters.

A man on a balcony held a sign upside down that read “This moral wrong should never be a constitutional right.”

The protester was escorted out by police.

A man in Beaverton, Oregon, who reportedly refused to wear pants, was recently taken into police custody after he started a fire in a hotel room and would not come out.

A man in Beaverton, Oregon, who refused to wear pants, was recently taken into police custody after he allegedly started a fire in a hotel room and would not come out.

The report came from another person staying at the establishment who said a fire had broken out in an adjacent room. Thankfully that witness was able to gain access inside the space and put out the flames.

Local police were sent to the Budget Inn, located on Southwest Canyon Road at a little after 4 am on a Wednesday to investigate. Officers quickly noticed a man, 67-year-old Christoper Coan walking through the parking lot of the hotel, wearing no pants.

When the strange male spotted cops, he retreated back to his room, the same one where the fire had started. Law enforcement authorities attempted to speak to Coan, but he locked himself inside and refused to come out.

Coan stayed in there for approximately an hour before cops were finally able to take him into custody. He was charged with arson, reckless endangering and criminal mischief. According to a police spokesman, Coan has a previous record of mental illness.

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