October 26th, 2012
09:05 PM ET

Auto bailout may boost Obama to second term

If President Barack Obama does win Ohio, and the election, he may owe it to a move he made at the very beginning of his presidency - the auto bailout.
One in eight jobs in Ohio can be linked to the auto industry, so voters there may be inclined to pay him back with a second term.

Outfront tonight: John Podesta, former white house chief of staff for President Clinton and Andy Card, former white house chief of staff for president George W. Bush.

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