Obama spends day before election behind closed doors

President Obama has no public events scheduled for the day before the election, but he will do some radio interviews and call activists in various states, according to a White House pool report.

The radio interviews will air throughout the country (the specific stations/programs haven't been announced yet).

Obama will spend the evening calling activists and organizers in key battleground states, including Florida, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Hawaii.

Otherwise the president will spend the day in the West Wing, in closed-door meetings with advisers.

The president voted by absentee ballot last week and spend the weekend attending various get-out-the-vote rallies.

UPDATE: One of the interviews will be with "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest, who hosts "On the Air with Ryan Seacrest," a nationally syndicated radio show.

Seacrest tweeted Monday: I'm interviewing President @BarackObama and want to ask him YOUR questions, political & otherwise: http://on.fb.me/AskObama

UPDATE II: Deputy White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest announced Obama's radio interview schedule: "This afternoon, the President will do a live interview with Michael Baisden and taped radio interviews with Ryan Seacrest, Russ Parr and Steve Harvey that will air on Tuesday. The President did local radio interviews this morning with hosts in Milwaukee, Cincinnati, and Philadelphia – and has interviews scheduled with hosts in Honolulu and Miami this afternoon."

-- This post was updated at 1:02 p.m. and 3:03 p.m.