* Voters despair as recession deepens * Unemployment in Ohio is 7th highest in U.S. * "It's a depression," says Toledo mayor By Nick Carey TOLEDO, Ohio, July 30 (Reuters) - Hope and jobs are in short supply in Ohio eight months after President Barack Obama won the recession-battered state in the 2008 election with promises of a better future. "People were looking for a savior to get us out of this mess and that's why they voted for Obama," said Jeff Fravor, 55, a retired train ...
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