Romney having car trouble in Ohio
Mitt Romney could lose the election if he can't win over auto workers across the key battleground state of Ohio. The problem is that 850,000 Ohio jobs depend on the success of the auto industry. Ed Schultz explains why Romney's message could be a tough sell with so many voters. Ed also gets an update on the Ohio "ground game" from James Hoffa, General President of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and Larry Cohen, President of the Communication Workers of America.