President Obama and Mitt Romney delivered dueling speeches in Ohio this afternoon, just minutes apart. Looking to change the current narrative in the race, Obama focused on the stark differences between him and his opponent on the economy; ie. if you want four more years of Bush-era policies, vote for Romney.
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