Donald Trump spoke at the James A. Rhodes Arena Monday night.
Trump began his speech addressing jobs, and promised to bring jobs back to Ohio and increase wages.
“As you stand here right now, there are companies negotiating to leave,” Trump said.
Stow Resident Jim Watson says his own family members have lost jobs locally.
“We lost Goodyear, Goodrich, Firestone, General Tire… […] I have family that has lot jobs at every one of those plants,” Watson said.
Trump’s visit marked the 15th visit to Ohio by a major presidential candidate since the March Primary, making Ohio the most-visited state.
However, in the most recent Monmouth University Poll, Hillary Clinton leads Trump 43% to 39% in Ohio.
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