Some say the fate of the nation may hang in the balance when voters in Hamilton County, Ohio, go to the polls to cast their ballots in the presidential election.
A swing county in a swing state; a county that Barack Obama won four years ago, in a state that Mitt Romney needs to wrest back from Obama, who won Ohio with 51.5 percent of the vote in 2008.
“Fate of the nation” is one thing. A pretty big thing, actually.
GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, will launch a three-day bus tour of Ohio Monday that includes a Tuesday event in Cincinnati.
The Romney-Ryan campaign has yet to announce details on the Cincinnati event - or any of the other stops on the tour.
It begins Monday in Lima.
Tuesday will include stops in Cincinnati and Dayton; and, on Wednesday, the GOP ticket will move on to events in Columbus, Cleveland and Toledo.