There’s “Mittmentum” in the Buckeye State.
A new poll shows
that President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are tied in
the state that is being viewed as most critical to the presidency: Ohio.
Both candidates are at 49 percent, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer/Ohio News Organization poll.
The survey is bad news for Obama, who collected 51 percent of the
poll’s survey last month and had consistently been the leader in earlier
“Absent any more twists and turns, a remarkable
presidential campaign may end with the campaign that executes the best
ground game, narrowly delivering Ohio for the next president of the
United States,” Eric Rademacher, co-director of the University of
Cincinnati’s Institute for Policy Research, said in a report announcing
the poll results. (Continues)