WOLFEBORO, N.H. (AP) – Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama have one campaign strategy in common: Each is trying to convince voters that his opponent in the closely contested race is not trustworthy. Romney is wrapping up a long weekend at his lake house in New Hampshire and plans to raise money on Monday with fellow Republican Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal – a possible running mate. Obama will campaign in Cincinnati. The two men are set to continue their debate over who is more honest. Obama says Romney needs to be more forthcoming about his time at Bain Capital. Romney maintains the president owes him an apology for questioning his work at the private equity firm.
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