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Welcome everybody I'm Neil Cavuto hours from polls opening and we are everywhere covering in Florida.
Where early voting has things looking up -- Republican senate candidate Marco Rubio.
In Nevada -- a union is making sure casino workers get time off to vote for senate majority leader Harry Reid in Colorado.
With third party candidate Tom Tancredo is narrowing the gap -- Democrat John Hickenlooper in that race for governor Tom Tancredo is here.
-- in Wisconsin where Democrat senator Russ Feingold is now trailing his Republican opponent is his support of health care of the reason why.
But first you are looking -- that Cincinnati Ohio -- just hours the GOP leader John Boehner is expected to give his closing argument.
With senate candidate.
John takes gubernatorial candidate John -- at his side he is expected to call -- the president for calling Americans who -- agree with his policies.
-- -- -- -- John can secure joins us now by phone by the way we have tried to reach out.
Two -- democratic opponent governor Ted Strickland on including another.
Called this morning we have repeatedly tried as we always -- No call.
-- case that you could be on the verge of somebody.
In Australia -- just came from Springfield Ohio and I walked in the romantic couple hundreds -- I mean I've never.
Really seeming like this I asked the crowd that have you people been locked up somewhere for a -- -- a quad that you get so much enthusiasm.
I'm fighting at all over Ohio O'Neal it is really amazing.
And I I think it's not just because people are upset with the direction the country's then but we've also given them something to before.
Amber you -- the great thing I have going for me Neil and you and I've known each other over the years is having been the architect of a balanced budget and cut taxes and create jobs.
I'm not just another candidate who just you know makes promises I delivered on -- promises and I think.
-- given necessary given me great credibility we have a great team Marc ground game is this is really really strong in.
The president may twelfth visits here they have and the former president the First Lady the vice president I mean this is being ground zero.
And -- we are going to win this election -- we are going to win.
What a lot of folks forget is when you -- house budget chief.
No one knew those budget numbers and then the arcane -- -- Washington better than you -- which -- you respect.
-- both sides but as a governor it's a different set of skills right I mean already you when we showed some video of you earlier.
-- campaigning -- with Chris Christie in New Jersey are you going to address some of the State's budget bills.
Without a single tax hike in other -- -- -- -- you know spending cuts.
No we're stuck with -- we're gonna deliver a better product to the customer.
It's reform that's exactly what I was able to do in Washington it's not just cutting its making things better more efficient any case but that the folks haven't checked yet the government waste a lot of money.
Got that somebody else's money.
-- -- the fact of the matter is where the seventh highest taxed state in America.
Our challenge out here in Ohio -- -- in many other areas of the midwest.
Is not the fact that we have a budget problem it's the fact that we have a problem creating an atmosphere where jobs will stay -- -- jobs will come.
And it is my job the focus like a laser being.
The -- budget at the weigh station towards creating an entrepreneurial attitude that we must have lower taxes we must step smaller government.
We must -- our workers comp system we have to retrain our workers and you know government gets sloppy and the businesses as you know what your report.
Businesses that -- And -- the customer do well and businesses that don't.
Die in which happened at Ohio we have not serve the customer or innovated -- exactly what I'm going to do.
Now its interest -- John and think about it but there are.
37 governorships up for grabs tomorrow on an -- nearly enough evenly divided among electoral votes -- -- 11211.
And they have to change dramatically tomorrow what does that do for Republicans in 2002 well.
Well I think it is really important that it -- that if we get elected we perform I mean that's what gives you -- I have to move the needle and I have to create jobs out here in a fight do it I will have eight giant voice.
In terms of who is going to lead this country in 2012.
Look Obama's running for president you know that's why he's been an Ohio Elkhart and all I'm trying to do was elected governor -- his -- strict one.
-- papers you know being -- higher taxes and Obama -- this is not just to vote on Strickland it's also vote on Obama.
And that's why he's been here -- -- -- -- Ohio every year and a presidential race it's Ohio Ohio -- moon and that's Arctic put so much.
Resource -- in here and but we're gonna it's gonna be -- when we went -- All right on that is is a state that matters that it did George Bush handled Ohio 2004.
John Terry with -- On John Kasich we're watching closely -- well good having you again.
They -- -- always good to talk to your.
-- basically front -- Oval by the -- -- slightly -- it indicates a governor Strickland we did call he was unavailable so it wasn't clear hopefully we'll so.
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