Contenders For Presidency Meet In Ohio

By Daniela Salvador

June 14, 2012 Updated Jun 14, 2012 at 11:49 AM EST

Ohio (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - The two contenders for the presidency will both be in the battleground state of Ohio Thursday.

President Obama and Mitt Romney will both be talking about the U.S. economy.

For the President, this is his first major economic speech of the General Election. He is expected to lay out his economic vision and set apart his plans from Romney’s.

Some leading Democrats have been sharing their concerns that Obama's economic message is not working.

Romney previewed Thursday’s attack Wednesday in a speech in Washington, D.C., saying that the President will likely "speak eloquently, but that words are cheap."

Polls have shown that the President's economic policies are being rejected by most voters.




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