STERLING, Va. -- For a second time in two days, Vice President Joe Biden on Monday predicted a strong electoral showing for Democrats, saying "it's all over but the shoutin.'"
"I'm feeling good," the vice president told reporters at Mimi's Cafe during an unscheduled stop. "I really am but you know, as an old expression goes it's all over but the shoutin'."
The day before Election Day, Vice President Joe Biden attacks rivals former Gov. Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan on women's issues, the economy and foreign policy during a final campaign stop in Sterling, Va.
Biden predicted - as he did yesterday in an interview with MSNBC's Chris Matthews - that the Obama-Biden ticket will prevail in "firewall" states, but he acknowledged that swing states of Virginia and Florida could be squeakers.
"I'll take a one-vote majority, but I think we have a clear shot at doing well and the so-called firewall," he said, envisioning victory in Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nevada and New Hampshire.
"I think Florida will be close but I think we have a real shot of winning," he added. "And this state, we got a clear shot of winning it."
Biden's last full day of pre-election campaigning in virginia marks his ninth trip to the state this year.
He is barnstorming today with Senate candidate Tim Kaine, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner and retiring Sen. Jim Webb.