CLEVELAND -- Angela Johnson and Roger Temethy don't have that much in common by background.
But they share at least three things -- both are from Cleveland, both are unemployed, and both are closely watching the Presidential campaign.
Angela lost a job in the dietary department of a hospital about a year ago.
Roger lost a job in the banking industry when an office reorganized and relocated work elsewhere.
Both are seeking help at the Employment Connection.
Angela is a likely vote for President Obama because of his support for worker-retraining programs. She's now learning how to become a welder.
"I'm looking at a lot of programs for job retraining for people trying to get back into the work force," she said.
Roger comes from a family with a business background. And he believes it's time for a change.
"If peope really want to get back to work, they'll vote for Mitt Romney. He might not be as eloquent a public speaker, but he's a businessman," he said.
Both expect to watch the debates. And both are hoping that, whomever wins , it results in real programs to improve the economy and the climate for creating jobs.