Vice President Joe Biden wrapped up a campaign swing through Southern Ohio Sunday with a stop in suburban Cincinnati. Standing in an atrium at Milford High School, he focused on representing the two presidential candidates as "fundamentally different."
The vice president stuck to familiar themes dinging the Republican party's stance on healthcare - which Biden called "voucher-care", and especially what Mitt Romney had to say about job creation at the Republican National Convention...
Now that the Republicans and Democrats have held their conventions, we’re in the home-stretch of the presidential campaign. The candidates have less than sixty days to convince voters to choose them to lead the country during the next four years.
The Ohio delegation got a warning from Jesse Jackson about the upcoming election and also heard from former governor Ted Strickland. Tonight, President Obama speaks (in a dry venue): Here's the latest from WVXU political reporter Howard Wilkinson in a chat with Mark Heyne: