WaPo, page one:
LIMA, Ohio -- A six-cylinder engine rolls down the conveyer belt and stops in front of Bo Huenke every 28 seconds. He attaches a metal pipe, twists in four screws with hands that suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome and finishes just in time to stretch his back before the next engine arrives. His hands move from memory while his mind calculates the math: 28 seconds per engine, eight hours each shift, five days a week, 13 years until retirement.
"I know what you mean," he said. "If Obama wins, I'll be campaigning for him tomorrow. We'll take the change and try to make the best out of it. There's never really any other choice."