Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney claims his job creation plan would mean about 450,000 good-paying jobs for Ohio.
Two progressive groups say his economic and budget plans would mean dramatic cuts in programs middle class Ohioans depend on.
What should voters make of those claims?
The fate and future of the the region's flagship newspaper is very much up in the air.
What would it mean to Greater Cleveland if the Plain Dealer switches to a 3-day-a-week format that is more dependent on a digital product?
Tom Beres, and Channel 3 Political Analysts Dennis Eckart and Mary Anne Sharkey discuss Romneynomics with Innovation Ohio's Janetta King and Tom Perriello of the Center for American Progress Action Fund.
They discuss the future of the Plain Dealer and a future community education campaign with Plain Dealer Reporters Harlan Spector and John Mangels.
Those are the topics on this edition of Between the Lines.