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Published on Nov 16, 2012
On election night, Karl Rove through a legendary temper tantrum over the results of Ohio, and he refused, along with the Romney campaign, to concede the state to Obama. And Romney came close to winning the state, and likely would have won it had it not been for massive get out the vote efforts by groups like the Amalgamated Transit Union, and Mike Papantonio recently spoke with ATU president Larry Hanley about how unions helped deliver the state of Ohio for the president, and what the unions are hoping to see from a second term Obama presidency.