CANTON, Ohio (AP) -- Barack Obama is closing his case for the presidency with a promise to restore economic prosperity and a higher purpose to an embattled nation.
Speaking in the tightly contested state of Ohio, Obama said Monday that voters have a chance to reject divisive politics and the "same old Bush-McCain policies."
The Democratic presidential candidate has accused his Republican rival, John McCain, of resorting to smear tactics in a desperate attempt to win votes.
Polls show a tight race in Ohio, which tilted the 2004 race in favor of President Bush.
Said Obama: "Sen. McCain might be worried about losing an election, but I'm worried about Americans who are losing their homes, and their jobs, and their life savings."
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