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Polls Don't Reflect Romney's Momentum in Ohio

ropati Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 9:05 AM
Obama told the coal industry four years ago he wanted to shut it down. If it takes four years for this message to get to coal miners, that's better than never. But only slightly.
G. Joan Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 10:45 AM
However, no one listened because they thought the "One" would get rid of corruption, well, you see the corruption getting better????? Look at what this president has done to the Country. He follows only the laws he likes and refuses to obey the ones he doesn;t like.
TX Gal Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 9:49 AM
Romney DID shut down a coal plant!! He's got a one-up on Obama there.

"I think the intensity is on our side this year," said Ohio Sen. Rob Portman, perhaps the most effective campaigner for Mitt Romney, as he shook hands Thursday afternoon with volunteers and supporters in a suburban Cincinnati restaurant. "Theirs is not what it was in 2008."

Portman was visiting the Firehouse Grill to campaign not only for Romney but also for Brad Wenstrup, the local Republican favored to win a seat representing Ohio's 2nd District in Congress. After the event, Portman came over to a table where my laptop displayed the RealClearPolitics average of Ohio polls. There were nine polls...