popped up in the national news last week when the Mitt Romney campaign released a statement of him expressing disappointment in President Barack Obama’s first term. Here's a link to The Washington Post's Wonkblog's take on it.
Hruby is a representative of the GOP presidential hopeful in Cuyahoga County. Hruby said the campaign asked him to make a statement, which they released on the day of .
Hruby said he is a Republican, but he wanted Obama to succeed when he was elected, because the country was hurting. He said the president does deserve credit for helping the auto industry, but he does not believe there has been enough positive change in the economy otherwise. Hruby said the country needs a president like Romney, a businessman who can run the country like a business and reward those who spend money here.
He added that the state has done better in the past two years, after Ohio's administration changed.