Obama and Romney both rally Ohio voters

SPRINGFIELD/WEST CHESTER, Ohio (WDTN) — Both presidential nominees were in the Miami Valley Friday stumping for your vote.

As you are well aware by now, Ohio is a key state and could decide who heads to the White House in January.

President Barack Obama rallied a crowd in Springfield at the high school athletic complex.

Mitt Romney rallied a crowd in West Chester at The Square at Union Centre.

See President Obama's speech in its entirety and our Mark Allan's coverage HERE.

See Governor Romney's speech in its entirety and our Jackie Sprague's coverage HERE.

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JohnHarrison
How on earth can one vote for President Obama?.... when he allowed four Americans to die at the Libyan Embassy and then does a cover up so that he can win the election.
 

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