Mitt Romney supporters taunted Barack Obama with chants of "four more weeks" as their candidate surged into the lead in US opinion polls, propelled by his debate win last week.
US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney delivers remarks at a rally in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, October 9. Inviting supporters to taunt Barack Obama with chants of "four more weeks," Romney surged into the lead in US opinion polls, his reward for beating the president in their first head-to-head debate.
With both candidates campaigning in perennial kingmaker state Ohio, top Obama aides put a brave face on the president's slide, insisting they had always known his re-election bid would be tough.
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