Ohio has seen what seems like a never-ending stream of campaign visits. Just last week, President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were together in Dayton, Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan rallied in North Canton, and all four candidates stumped separately throughout the state. Communities say the costs of protecting those candidates are adding up.
Mitt Romney continued to focus on the economy during a Thursday afternoon rally at Worthington Industries.
Supporters of both President Obama and Mitt Romney are doing their best to sway Ohio women in this key battleground state.
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden hosted a rare joint-rally Tuesday in Dayton.
The Quinnipiac University poll released Monday gives President Obama a five-point lead in Ohio. That’s down from ten points a month ago.
Republican GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan and First Lady Michelle Obama will be reaching out to voters in campaign appearances in Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Delaware.
With less than four weeks until the election, both presidential campaigns say they’re sprinting to the finish with door-knocking, phone calls, and other “get out the vote” efforts.
President Obama had planned to host a rally in Columbus the evening of October 4. His campaign now says he’ll visit Wisconsin and Virginia before coming to Columbus on October 9.
The candidates made several appearances around Ohio on the same day a new independent poll gave the President a ten-point lead in the key battleground state.
The latest independent poll from Quinnipiac University gives President Obama increasing leads in the key swing states of Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania.