Obama, Romney hit campaign trail in Virginia

Obama, Romney hit campaign trail in Virginia

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

President Obama and republican rival Mitt Romney will be back on the campaign trail Thursday, in the same state once again. This time, they're in Virginia.

Both candidates were in Ohio Wednesday.

The president rallied support at Kent State University. He took a few jabs at Romney, saying his economic plan for America doesn't add up. The president said his path will lead to a better place.

Mitt Romney went to a rally in Toledo, where he attacked the president's economic policies and said he would take the country in a different direction.

Many political analysts say Ohio is a "must-win" in order to take the White House.

Election Day is less than six weeks away, falling on Nov. 6, 2012.

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