Romney Campaign Focuses in Ohio (Photos)

By Stephanie Parkinson

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October 28, 2012 Updated Nov 24, 2013 at 9:27 AM EST

Celina, Ohio (www.incnow.tv) - In the final weeks leading up to the election both President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney have been focusing a lot of energy on Ohio.

Sunday more than 2,000 people were in Celina, Ohio to hear Romney and Ryan speak.

"Are you going to help us win Celina?" said Paul Ryan, vice presidential candidate (R).

Governor Mitt Romney and his vice presidential candidate, Paul Ryan, stress this election is about jobs.

"I believe this is a critical time where real change is needed and the President believes we should just go along with the same. His campaign slogan is forward, forward on the same path and I ask you, do you want four more years with 23 million Americans looking for a good job?" said Mitt Romney, presidential candidate (R).

Another issue Romney and Ryan focused on is their goal of repealing Obamacare. It’s something many small businesses are on board for.

"I work for a small business and he's going to help us stay in business,” said Connie Adams, Coldwater, Ohio. "We've really been struggling, and we need help.”

One concern at the forefront for many Americans is reducing the federal debt.

"When I'm elected President I'm going to make sure we finally get America on track to have a balanced budget,” said Romney.

"It's comforting to me that the budget is number one priority," said Joe Dimmerman, Fort Recovery, Ohio.

Celina is one of more than a half a dozen Ohio communities the Romney Camp has visited this weekend. After visiting Celina Sunday Romney and Ryan headed to Findlay, Ohio.




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