Donna Smith


Senator John McCain called into local radio 640 WHLO AM to discuss the effects that Hurricane Sandy had on campaigning for the election. 



McCain was traveling through Ohio to thank volunteers for the hard work they are doing for the campaign. Talk show host Jim Albright asked McCain if he foresaw any problems with the storm and the election. 



McCain said, "No problems. The storm has just put the campaign on hold." 



McCain went on to say that the presidential race is too close to call at this point. There has been heavy campaigning in Ohio, which is an important state for the election. 



"It all comes down to voter turnout and enthusiasm," McCain said.  The election takes place on Tuesday.