Battleground state blitz continues for Obama, Romney
(MCT) — CINCINNATI, Ohio — In battleground states across the country, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney pressed voters to their sides on Thursday, with the incumbent arguing that he was the candidate voters could trust and the challenger insisting that he represented needed change.
With Election Day less than two weeks away, their campaigning crackled with urgency. Obama continued on a non-stop two-day tour of several battleground states, moving from Nevada overnight to Florida in the morning, and later to Virginia, Illinois — where he voted — and on to Ohio. Romney spent the day in that state, chief among those in the candidates’ sights as Nov. 6 nears.
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