LEBANON, OH (NBC) A large crowd of more than 10-thousand people gave him an enthusiastic welcome in the town of Lebanon near Cincinnati. While campaigning in Ohio, Romney said he's been feeling a "crescendo of enthusiasm." He questioned why the number of people on food stamps has increased from 32 to 47 million people during President Obama's term in office.
"Now, about a week ago I had a debate and I did enjoy myself. It was a great opportunity for the President and for me, for both of us to talk about our respective points of view. We had a chance to talk about substance; you know, sometimes in debates the moderators are jumping and asking questions to try and get ya off track, but this moderator let us speak about issues that people care about," said Romney.
Recent polls give President Obama a slight edge over Romney in Ohio.
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