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But we Begin with correspondent -- Callaway -- in Columbus, Ohio where voters in that all important swing state.
Made plenty of news get -- done.
Good evening to you -- there is no sugar coating this one by an almost two to one margin.
Go -- of Ohio voters rejected issued to that would restrict its collective bargaining rights.
A public sector workers and would require them to pay into their own health and retirement benefits as private sector workers do.
Public sector union members watch the results come in tonight aware that this -- likely means money in their pockets.
While a somber -- Republican governor case sick they admitted defeat.
It's clear that the people spoken here and you know my view is when people speak in a campaign like this in a referendum.
You have to listen when you're -- public servant there isn't any question about that.
We also spoke to AFL CIO president Richard Trumka early this evening before the final results three and -- been following the polls which pointed to victory for his -- tonight.
He said that this could be it game changer.
This is -- going to be the end of the fight.
Quite frankly after tonight it'll be the beginning of the -- We'll still have to fight against other attacks more workers and there will still have to push back enjoying -- those politicians.
Don't want to create jobs.
No matter what side of the L they come from if they wanna create jobs -- -- attempt to create jobs and put -- back to work.
But Republicans are not walking away from tonight's vote empty headed by a large margin.
But they voted in favor of issue three which allows voters to opt out of the individual mandate of the President Obama is Affordable Care Act so a victory for Republicans in that sense threats much.
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