September 28, 2012
Polls say Mitt Romney is running 10 points behind President Obama in the critical battle state of Ohio, which no GOP candidate has won the presidency without capturing. While that should make a presidential candidate rethink how their message is catching on with the American people, Romney is not like most presidential candidates. He’s in denial.
“Frankly at this early stage, polls go up, polls go down,” Romney told ABC’s David Muir on the campaign trail in Toledo, Ohio – just 44 days from election day.
Previous: Governor Kasich’s Crusade to Privatize Ohio’s Transportation Department