Presidential Candidates Make Final Case In Columbus

President Obama hosts a 4 p.m. event at Nationwide Arena, while Mitt Romney has an evening rally at Port Columbus.(Photo: Ohio Public Radio)
President Obama hosts a 4 p.m. event at Nationwide Arena, while Mitt Romney has an evening rally at Port Columbus.(Photo: Ohio Public Radio)

Columbus is once again at the heart of presidential politics on the day before the election.

President Obama hosts an afternoon rally inside Nationwide Arena alongside musicians Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen. On Sunday night, President Obama tried to make a last-minute case to undecided voters.

“For those of you, or your friends, or your neighbors who are still trying to make up their minds, this is not just a choice between two candidates or two parties. It’s a choice between two different visions for America,” Mr. Obama said.

Mitt Romney was also in Ohio on Sunday. He told supporters in Cleveland that he’s the candidate of change in this election.

“I know how to get us to a balanced budget. I know how to build jobs and rising take-home pay. Accomplishing real change is not something I just talk about. It’s something I have done and I do,” Romney said.

The former Massachusetts governor hosts a Monday rally at 6:25 p.m. at Landmark Aviation near Port Columbus.

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