Obama: We've made real progress
MANILA, Philippines — 4 more years. That's what Barack Obama is asking for as he takes his presidential campaign to Hilliard, Ohio days before the US elections. It's a crucial battleground and now the focus for both Obama and Romney.
Obama said 'We've made real progress,' citing his administration's victories.
Carmela Fonbuena reports from Ohio.
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