Saturday, October 13 2012 9:52 PM EDT2012-10-14 01:52:41 GMT
CBS News is reporting Bruce Springsteen and former President Bill Clinton will hit the trail together in Ohio next week.More >>
Bruce Springsteen and former President Bill Clinton will hit the trail together in Ohio next week, marking the latest in the Obama campaign's efforts to shore up a lead in what has become possibly the most critical battleground state in the 2012 election.More >>
Saturday, October 13 2012 5:55 PM EDT2012-10-13 21:55:45 GMT
Local Obama volunteers gathered Saturday in preparation for First Lady Michelle Obama's visit to Cleveland next week. Supporters hosted a sign making party at 5 p.m. at the Organizing for America ShakerMore >>
Local Obama volunteers gathered Saturday in preparation for First Lady Michelle Obama's visit to Cleveland next week. Supporters hosted a sign making party.More >>
Wednesday, September 26 2012 5:16 PM EDT2012-09-26 21:16:26 GMT
The Obama and Romney campaigns continue to focus on Ohio in preparation of the start of early voting on Oct. 2.More >>
The Obama and Romney campaigns remain focused on the battleground state of Ohio.
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney will hold a manufacturing roundtable in Bedford Heights this afternoon, and President Obama will speak at a grassroots event at Kent State University early this evening. More >>
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
It's the tour you don't have to buy a ticket for. "Nuns on the Bus" is taking Ohio by storm - or at least that's what they are praying for.
"We get a lot of looks. People do look and go, oh, what's this?" says Sister Monica McGloin of Cincinnati.
Nuns from all over the state of Ohio are stumping for the people they've dedicated their lives to.
"We really think the poor and vulnerable have been left out of the conversation," says Sister Mary Wendeln of Dayton.
But don't think for a second you're going to hear an endorsement of either candidate - President Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. The nuns on the bus won't tell you who to vote for, but they do want to drive home a point about remembering the poor when you vote.
"The cuts that are going to be made by any Congressional budget are going to hurt the poor. There may be another way of doing this," emphasized Wendeln.