Mitt Romney

VPOTUS Stumps In Marion

Oct 25, 2012

Vice President Joe Biden campaigned in Marion yesterday.

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows President Obama has a five point lead in Ohio over Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

Independent groups supporting Republican Mitt Romney have helped him match or exceed President Obama's TV ad spending in dozens of media markets in Ohio and seven other swing states.

President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are scheduled to speak in Ohio this evening.

A liberal policy group says it has filed a second complaint with the Federal Election commission over the political activities of an eastern Ohio mining company.

Throughout the presidential campaign, analysts have said the black vote will be crucial to an Obama re-election. After the 2010 midterms, as the country began to turn its attention to 2012, some questioned whether Mr. Obama acted in the best interests of African Americans - and whether he has perhaps taken their vote for granted. For Ohio Public Radio. WCPN's Bill Rice reports. 

POTUS To Stump At CSU

Oct 5, 2012

Final preparations are have been made for President Obama's visit to Cleveland State University today.

A Jewish political organization supporting Republican Mitt Romney's presidential bid is launching 2-point-5 million dollars worth of television ads in Ohio and four other states.

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 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. 

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is planning a more aggressive schedule of campaign events in Ohio and Colorado.

Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney sent Florida Senator Marco Rubio to Columbus yesterday to campaign on his behalf.

Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney campaigned in Mansfield Monday and blamed Ohio's unemployment problem on President Obama. 

Romney campaigns in Mansfield

Sep 10, 2012

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was in Mansfield Monday afternoon, blaming Ohio’s unemployment problem on President Obama. Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen reports from the campaign trail. 

A new television ad from Mitt Romney's campaign is using Bill Clinton's words against President Obama.

Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit a union hall near the General Motors plant in Lordstown this morning, where production has been key to Ohio's slow economic turnaround.

Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio will be helping Mitt Romney prepare for his debates with President Obama this fall.

A Democratic super PAC supporting President Obama is releasing a new TV ad in Ohio and three other battleground states, aiming to undermine Republican Mitt Romney's appeals to middle-class workers.

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