Zanesville was buzzing Monday as Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney brought his campaign to town. One of the candidate's buses was parked at the rally site Monday evening.
Preparations began and television crews set up camp late Monday morning anticipating Romney's arrival. The former Massachusetts governor has scheduled a rally to make a last-minute appeal to voters at Bryan Place on North 6th Street at 6 p.m.
Polls show Romney is in a close race with Republican Rick Santorum going into Super Tuesday, and Romney is looking for momentum. Ohio is one of ten states holding caucuses or primaries on March 6, and is a critical battleground in election history.
We sat down with the former Massachusetts Governor, hear what he had to say to the people of Zanesville tonight at 11 p.m. on WHIZ-TV