Bad news for Wisconsin native Paul Ryan: President Obama appears to be pulling in front of his Republican opponents in the swing state. New polls show Obama taking the lead in Wisconsin, a state he also won in 2008. Polls indicate that Obama is leading Romney by 5 points in the state with 50 percent of voters, and he also came in at 50 percent in Iowa and Colorado—two other swing states. The president campaigned in the Wisconsin on Saturday, attempting to clinch his lead with voters in Milwaukee. “We don’t think that anybody is solely to blame for the challenges we face, but we do believe we’re all responsible to solve those problems,” Obama told the crowd.
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