During his Ohio Campaign swing on Wednesday, GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney told NBC his Massachusetts health care law is evidence that he has empathy for ordinary Americans.
Westerville South High School and a Bedford Heights manufacturing plant were two of the three stops GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney made in Ohio yesterday.
President Obama courted the student vote yesterday during campaign stops at Bowling Green State and Kent State universities.
President Obama begins airing a two-minute television appeal in Ohio and six other states today.
The presidential candidates are circling each other in Ohio today, vying for votes in the key swing state.
As polls indicate President Obama's is gaining the edge in key swing states, new Republican-leaning groups are entering the presidential advertising fray.
A new poll shows President Barack Obama opening a double-digit lead over former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in two of three key swing states. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler looks into the numbers in Ohio.
A new poll shows President Barack Obama opening a double-digit lead over Republican Mitt Romney in two of the nation's three largest swing states.