The last report before the Presidential election shows more new jobs than had been expected in October, but an increase in unemployment. Mitt Romney made the most of that in a speech in Wisconsin, saying that the President's promise of lowering unemployment had fallen short by 9 million jobs. Today, President Obama responded during a speech in Ohio, saying that Romney ads about auto manufacturing jobs being shipped to China were untrue. Jim Tankersley is economics correspondent for the National Journal.
Lukewarm Jobs Report in the Campaign's Final Days
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