Over the course of the past few years, Ohio has gone from being an economic disaster zone to one of the most employed states in the union. The current state of the Ohio economy is a far cry from 2009 when the state was shedding tens of thousands of jobs a month.
But who should be credited with this sudden turnaround? Is it President Barack Obama? Or the state's leadership? And what does this economic success mean for the swing state come November?
ML Schultze is the news director at WKSU in Cleveland.