Romney vows jobs as Obama acknowledges debate loss
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney tried to win Ohio voters Wednesday by promising new jobs, while President Barack Obama urged his supporters to stay focused even though he acknowledged losing his first debate because he said he "was just too polite."
"I think it's fair to say we will see a little more activity at the next one," Obama told radio host Tom Joyner, looking forward to the second of three debates the White House rivals have planned this month.
Romney got some preparation for Tuesday's town hall-style debate at New York's Hofstra University by taking questions from voters at a manufacturing plant. Confusion over what action he'd take on abortion, if elected, forced the candidate to reiterate, "I'll be a pro-life president."
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