Campaigning in Cincinnati on Thursday, Mitt Romney borrowed from President Obama's signature message in 2008, promising throughout his speech that a vote for him Nov. 6 will be a vote for "big change." The GOP nominee encouraged residents of the Buckeye State to get out and vote early.
"We need to make sure Ohio is able to send a message loud and clear," he said. "We want real change. We want big change." The president, Romney continued, "is slipping because he's talking about smaller and smaller things, despite the fact that America has such huge challenges and that this is such an opportunity for America. And that's why on November 6th I'm counting on Ohio to vote for big change!"