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Good evening -- -- where we are down to an even dozen days until America heads to the polls.
And if you live in one of a handful of key states one of the two men on the presidential ticket.
Has probably either visited or will visit an arena stadium gymnasium.
Or an airport near you.
President Obama's taking the shotgun approach hitting several states during a two day marathon.
Today Mitt Romney is laser ring in on perhaps the biggest electoral prize of all.
Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron begins our coverage from Ohio.
Using a Cincinnati machine shop as backdrop in the battleground state of Ohio to promote job creation.
Mitt Romney blasted the president for failing to offer an economic comeback strategy.
The Obama campaign.
Doesn't have a plan.
The Obama campaign is slipping because he's talking about smaller and smaller things.
Despite the fact that America has such huge challenges.
That this is such an opportunity for America and that's why I'm November 6 I'm coming out of Ohio to vote for big change.
The president now toting a new twenty page glossy booklet of second term goals for the final twelve campaign days -- Romney today called it a choice between big change for future growth profile vs the president's status quo of stagnant.
Nation and the path of status quo the president represents we'll take us to twenty trillion dollars in debt about the end of the next four years for the status -- path.
Is a path that doesn't have an answer about how to get our economy going the status -- path that this president continues to shrink paramilitary year after year it.
President Obama was in Virginia continued his assault on Romney's proposals and credibility noses plan -- many different than the policies that got us into trouble so.
In the final weeks in this election.
He's counting on you for getting the latest Fox News polls in Virginia -- -- leading 4745.
Within the margin of error.
Among independents Romney's lead is now 42 points.
They were tied last month.
-- -- debate bounce is still going the latest Rasmussen poll of reaction to all the debates taken together shows 49% think Romney won overall the 41% for mr.
For the first two weeks of October as the first two debates took place -- of the Republican National Committee.
Collected a 111 million dollars and now have a 169 million in the bank the president and the Democratic National Committee had not yet released their early October numbers.
Much of that will be spent on get out the vote efforts -- -- early voting underway the Romney camp -- a stronger organization in most key swing states the -- the 2008 McCain campaign.
Or the two winning Busch races before that.
And -- -- plans a major speech in the battleground state of Iowa tomorrow on the nation's current sixteen trillion dollar federal debt.
-- blame much of it on President Obama and say that those stagnant status quo policies will not provide a prosperous future for the country.
And again re emphasize his new slogans of the closing twelve days of big change and -- bring it right back here to Ohio to continue to battle for the Buckeyes they brought.
Carl Cameron lives in defiance tonight Karl thank you want to.
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