Obama, Romney in Ohio

The Buckeye State sure is popular. President Obama and Mitt Romney will both travel to Ohio, one of the election’s key battleground states, on Thursday to give speeches touting their economic plans—although the fighting had already started on Wednesday night. Romney, who will be speaking in Cincinnati, predicted Obama would use his speech as an opportunity to “change course” after the president said last week the private sector was “doing fine.” Obama, who will be speaking at a community college in Cleveland, is planning on highlighting the distinctions between his economic plans and Romney's—as well as underscoring the dire economic situation Obama inherited upon taking office in 2009.