From the daily archives: Saturday, October 16, 2010

If I were the Kasich-Taylor campaign, I’d be freaking out about this conclusion in the Rupert Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal:

In Ohio in the 2008 presidential election, early voting was used by 40% of voters in Cuyahoga County, which went overwhelmingly for President Barack Obama.

By contrast, 25% of voters in Warren County, which was solidly behind Republican John McCain, voted early. The same trends appear to be continuing this year.

Meanwhile, the Ohio Poll explains in the Columbus Dispatch why it changed it’s likely voter model to suggest more of a GOP-heavy turnout:

“This […]

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