CLEVELAND -- President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney are spending a lot of time in the critical battleground state of Ohio as the race for the White House enters its final days.
Both men made stops in the Buckeye State on Friday.
President Obama made several stops here, including one in Springfield where he told supporters that the election comes down to one thing, choice.
He said, "In four days you have a choice to make. It's not just between two different candidates. It is a choice between two different visions for America. It is a choice between going back to the top down policies that got us in this mess or the middle out, bottom up strategies that got us out of this mess and are going to keep is going."
Mitt Romney spoke at a rally outside Columbus, part of an 11-state tour leading to the election.
He criticized President Obama for not delivering on promises. "The last time the President met with either the Republican leader of the House or the Republican leader of the Senate to talk about jobs or the economy or the deficit it was July. So this is a President who promised a lot of thing but his record is very different from his promises."
President Obama will appear at a major rally in Mentor on Saturday.
Gov. Romney has a significant event at the I-X Center on Sunday.
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Both Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan will be in Ohio as well.
VP Biden will attend an event at Lakewood High School on Sunday.
Rep. Ryan will be in Mansfield on Sunday.