By Branden Ferguson, Multi Media Video Journalist - bio | email
Lima Ohio -
A number of protestors using Paul Ryan's visit on Monday to urge others not to vote for the Romney/Ryan ticket. On one side of the street, thousands of Republican supporters cheering upon his arrival, shaking his hand and taking pictures. On the other side of the street, protestors pushing for an Obama re-election.
One of the concerns being voiced by protestors, a fear of losing the middle class.
"They want the rich people and the poor people. There's going to be two class, there isn't going to be a middle class anymore with Mitt Romney," said protestor Steve Gliebe.
Other supporters were more subdued, simply asking people to think before they vote.
"Hopefully people take a hard look at this and stop and think and do some research, because there's a lot at stake in this election," said Dennis Honingford.
The protests were peaceful, with no problems between the two sides or with law enforcement.