Battleground Ohio to Live Up to Its Name

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Monday was the final push in the race for Ohio's delegates.

The top two Republican candidates are chasing down voters all across the Buckeye state.

On Super Tuesday the big prize of the day will be Ohio.

Mitt Romney was at a town hall meeting in Dayton on Sunday and took that time to bash President Barack Obama over the sluggish economy.

“This is a president who’s out of ideas, he’s out of excuses, and in 2012 we’ll make sure he’s out of office!” Romney told a crowd.

Battleground Ohio will live up to its name as polls show a tight race.

However, Rick Santorum won’t be entitled to all Ohio delegates because of early filing problems.

He'll campaign in Cuyahoga Falls Monday night.

“The only reason Governor Romney is winning these early states is because he’s outspending his opponent,” Santorum said.

Romney spent the morning in Canton and the afternoon in Youngstown.

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