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Presidential election not really a horse race - Ohio Gov. John Kasich
October 28 , 2012

Ohio Gov. John Kasich said he’s ”...not sure the election is going to be as close as what everybody is talking about today.” He had earlier in his statement tipped Gov. Romney to win Ohio, a battleground state for the election.

Speaking on NBC’s ”Meet the Press”, the Republican and previous congressman said, ”I believe right now we are currently ahead. Internals show us currently ahead. I honestly think that Romney is going to carry Ohio. And you know I haven’t been saying this. I now believe its going to happen”. 

He further expressed his belief that Gov. Romney will win the election on November 6.

Meanwhile, a CNN/ORC International survey released Friday showed President Obama up with a 4-point lead over Gov. Romney, 50% to 46% in Ohio. The margin is within the poll’s sampling error.

Also, a Cincinnati Enquirer/Ohio News Organization Poll released on Sunday shows President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney tied with 49 percent each.

 

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