Northeastern Ohio county shows how crucial state could pivot between Obama, Romney

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CANTON, Ohio — After years of planning, billions in TV ads, millions of air miles, countless motorcades and three game-changing debates, it still comes down to Ohio. And Ohio still remains a tossup. Whichever way it goes will likely determine the winner. A good place to watch for clues is Stark County, a county with an uncanny record of predicting the outcome in this most crucial of battleground states. And Stark comes down voters like Chris Toxie and Paul Sommers. Sommers, 62, a retired county worker, voted for Democrat Barack Obama four years ago. But Republican Mitt Romney got his vote this time. His son has been out of college for three years but starts his first full-time job Monday, as…

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