Ohio and Michigan.
Two states with intense rivalries, however when you visit, you can’t help but think how much they are the same.
With a combined 34 electoral college votes, both are swing states that will decide this election.
Both have experienced economic hardship in recent decades and both still rely on the auto industry for jobs.
Ahead of the first debate in nearby Cleveland, what are the candidates doing for the auto worker?
“I am the president of UAW Local 14,” Tony Toddy proudly says from his office in Toledo.
Toddy, who has been with the UAW for years, recently took over the post.
“We like Joe because we know Joe,” Toddy says, speaking of the UAW endorsement