President Barack Obama has been re-elected to a second term, defeating Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
Here are just a few of the steps Husted took to try to swing Ohio’s crucial electoral votes to Mitt Romney.
In what his campaign billed as his “closing argument,” Mitt Romney warned Americans that a second term for President Obama would have apocalyptic consequences for the economy in part because his own party would force a debt ceiling disaster.
During an interview with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, Doocy claimed that if he was a senior in Florida, he would support Romney because “they hear Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan talk about figuring a way to fix Medicare and Social Security,” whereas President Obama “really hasn’t come up with a plan and hasn’t made that public.”
Republicans persuaded the Congressional Research Service to withdraw report that shows low taxes for the rich had no effect on economic growth.
In Iowa, Romney poll watchers are being trained to watch for voters who show up without a photo ID, even though no voter ID law exists in the state.
Since he came into office, Republicans have consistently attacked President Obama for supposedly being anti-business, but that is just not true.
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