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Fourteen days until election today and the campaign trail lead straight to Ohio the Romney and Obama campaigns -- targeting the key swing state wide.
Well how does not -- for the losing the presidential election since 1960.
Griff Jenkins spoke one on while with Ohio governor John Kasich.
It's a matter of days now what's gonna drive in Ohio and -- for governor Romney and we hear -- from the -- Well I mean I think part of it is people are trying to.
Figure out you know what we're gonna do about those undecided voters it's kind of hard to believe in -- -- -- we could be undecided but apparently -- still -- -- And don't what you can do see Romney almost -- in Ohio so I'm wondering if we get him to pay income.
-- here but all seriousness.
The first debate just change the whole.
The whole situation Ohio.
Romney gained tremendous momentum that you -- great momentum for him across the state and I've been all over the state sometimes -- -- a lot of times not Wear them.
But people are enthusiastic in the polls apparently indicate.
That Republicans are -- sort of more intensely motivated.
So you keep that -- and then you search for those undecided voters and he needs to be here -- the more he's here the more people see in the more than it liked them and the more they get up.
We saw you in -- I guarantee you were speaking about the story of Ohio.
About giving folks a chance to rebuild things you talked about the remarkable.
Turnaround from 48 in the country out of fifty states terms -- -- To afford it right how much and not as a part of what's happening here.
-- this race.
Well I mean what I say is you know we've done better than we have been doing we were death's doorstep and now we're.
We are gaining and we -- we're up -- 1121000.
Jobs and people -- more more optimistic about the situation in Ohio but I have to constantly worry about all this.
-- is bad news in these bad winds that come out of Washington.
People are are paralyzed small business people don't know what to do.
And a -- fear higher taxes they fear.
Health -- imposed on them that they can't pay for so they're sitting on the sidelines too many of them on the sidelines.
And it -- that kind of paralysis.
Hurts our ability to really come back and that's why -- for.
For Mitt Romney because they think he will remove that uncertainty he'll be clear in what he wants to do and will do better.
-- the end of the day all I care about here in the state who's going to be the best job creator.
And I I don't have any doubt in my mind that that -- a better job creator part of it is.
Because he's created jobs you know he's been criticized because.
You know he worked at a place where they.
Created jobs if there's anything we need in politics today it's somebody that understands the problem and has the solution to the problems.
And the problems are.
Or really frankly gets down -- one thing and that's the issue of jobs.
And he gets down to.
Who's gonna fat in this -- it.
If my -- -- fatter my family's doing better if my fans if my wallet is the end and skinny and nothing -- it.
In my family's hurting and down that's what people in this day care about.
You know me ask you.
I feel about it.
Your critics say odd sentiment that the -- -- underwent governor Romney's policy review it's about the auto industry in the bailout destroy -- about.
I wouldn't hear they gave credit to little green -- and just so people working.
I mean that's not what drives me I mean goes from -- me I mean you know Reagan taught us all that if you care who gets -- amazing we get done.
But if you want -- look at the auto jobs were actually down 500 auto jobs so the 1121000.
Jobs have been created.
And we're thrilled with the auto industry that is here there's been investments and that.
Even though the footprint is stronger or smaller it's it's still strong I love that but the numbers just don't -- around and people should understand.
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