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June 15th, 2012
07:36 AM ET

Why Ohio is key in presidential race – Politico's Jake Sherman explains if Romney or Obama's speeches will resonate with voters

Mitt Romney is kicking off his "Every Town Counts" bus tour today in New Hampshire, while President Obama is back in Washington. Obama's campaign is $2 million richer after a big fundraiser last night at the New York home of actress Sarah Jessica Parker.

Yesterday, the candidates were doing the hard sell for their economic policies and taking shots at each other in the battleground state of Ohio. Romney says the President has failed the American people, and President Obama warns voters not to believe the "scary voice" in Romney's campaign ads.

Politico's Jake Sherman explains on "Early Start" this morning if either of these messages will resonate with potential voters.


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