Tuesday, July 19, 2016
CLEVELAND - Every television ad is for a presidential candidate, the phone rings off the hook with endless robocalls, and people from all over the country knock on the door to make sure I know where to vote. It is election season, and this is Ohio. The Republican National Convention (RNC) has descended upon Cleveland and set up shop at Quicken Loans Arena (a building still trembling with energy from the city's recent, long-awaited win of the NBA championship), magnifying an already heightened political fervor here in the mother of all swing states.
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