As Ohio Goes, So Goes the Nation...Again

If a Republican is going to win the White House next fall, he'd better pay some attention to Medina, Ohio. In this quaint town with its picturesque white gazebo in the center square, southwest of Cleveland, voters who gladly pulled the lever for President Bush in the last two elections aren't as sure about voting for a Republican as they once were. And Ohio is a critical battleground in the general election. No Republican has become president without Ohio since Abraham Lincoln's day. Bush...Full Story
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