Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are keeping the Buckeye State on their radar as they race towards Election Day.
FOX News Radio's Jennifer Keiper reports from Westerville, Ohio in this Election Update:
From America's Election Headquarters.
A number of polls show President Obama ahead, even here in Ohio, a surprise to Romney supporter Joanie Brodine.
(Brodine) "I just can't believe Ohio. What is wrong with Ohio brains? Unbelievable."
Dayton area resident Phil Claypool says he understands where the former Massachusetts Governor was coming from when he said 47% of Americans won't vote for him.
(Claypool) "He knows it, we know it, so he's not gonna waste time trying to persuade 'em... but there is a small majority of people out there 5 or 6% that will turn the election and if he gets those people to vote, it's over."
Mitt Romney and President Obama now prepare for their October debates.
In Westerville, Ohio, Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio.
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