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November 05, 2012

Candidates, Ohio volunteers push get-out-the-vote

CINCINNATI (AP) — The final campaign blitz hit the presidential battleground of Ohio on Sunday as the main candidates made stops throughout the state while volunteers tried feverishly to persuade residents to their side and get them to vote early.

 

In Cleveland, Republican Mitt Romney told a crowd of about 6,000 people that it's possible but not likely that Obama will win, saying the president has fallen short on his promises.

 

"Talk is cheap," Romney said. "But a record is real, and it's earned with real effort. Change is not measured in words you speak, change is measured in achievement."

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