INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana voters who support President Barack Obama say four years isn't long enough to fix what ails the country.
Fifty-seven-year-old disabled veteran Earl Dean of Osceola says Obama Inherited a bunch of debt and two wars from past presidents "and everybody's getting upset about him paying the bills."
Forty-two-year-old warehouse worker Bernadette Hatcher of Indianapolis's north side says "no one can correct everything in four years. Especially the economy."
Obama four years ago became the first Democratic presidential candidate to carry Indiana since Lyndon Johnson in 1964. But the presidential campaigns bypassed Indiana this year in favor of battleground states such as Ohio.