While campaigning in Ohio Monday, Mitt Romney made clear that he plans tackle the economy if elected president. "During this campaign there's been discussion about all sorts of issues, but I keep bringing it back to more jobs, less debt and smaller government," he declared at a guardrail factory. "That's what my campaign is about. That's why I'm doing well in this state." Jobs, Romney argued, is "what we need to talk about to defeat Barack Obama." Polls predict a tight race in Ohio, one of the states voting in tomorrow's Super Tuesday primary, but Romney does have a slight lead.