JANESVILLE (WKOW) -- Wisconsin could be a swing state in the upcoming presidential election.
Janesville may be one city that's up for grabs.
The town is still trying to rebound from the closure of the General Motors plant in 2008.
Some former auto workers say they support President Obama for saving the industry with the auto bailout.
But others say the president hasn't done enough to turn the economy around.
"I believe President Obama is working for the working man," says former Janesville GM Worker Eric Kuhne.
But his former colleague, John Decker says , "We believe the country needs to change directions."
Janesville swung heavily democratic in 2008, but city officials say it's not a union-centered town anymore.
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