Romney Promises Big Change
Mitt Romney told voters in Ohio that he would provide big change as he tries to get more support and encourage people to vote for him in the vital swing state. The Republican candidate said that they need to make sure that Ohio is able to send out a message across the nation that the state wants real change.
Romney has renewed enthusiasm in his presidential campaign. He said that he can confront any challenges the nation faces. He added that the Obama campaign is slipping because the president has been talking about smaller things when the nation has been facing large challenges.
Romney has three stops in Ohio Thursday then he is set to go to Iowa Friday morning to speak about the economy. He will reunite with his running mate Paul Ryan in North Canton later in the evening. According to a recent poll released by Time Magazine, Obama has a five point lead in Ohio, which has 18 electoral votes.
The Romney campaign released a statistics-heavy memo that showed Romney having better position in Ohio than President Obama. The memo showed his campaign’s voter outreach and ground operation in the state and said that Romney was confident to get the independent voters in November presidential election.
The Obama campaign responded to the big change that Romney wants to bring by connecting him to the controversial members of the Republican Party. They said that Romney would go back to the same failed policies that caused the financial crisis and would empower the extreme voices in the Republican Party, such as Richard Mourdock.
Romney ignored the questions about his continued support for Mourdock, who had said that pregnancies caused by rape were intended by God. The Romney campaign stayed away from the comments with a statement released via a spokeswoman.