Voting Changes and Luring Political Conventions to Cleveland
Season 2014 Episode 228 | 28m 12s
Republicans say limiting voting hours across the state will reduce the risk of voter fraud, but Democrats say limiting evening and weekend voting hours is just another way to suppress voter turnout. Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati are all vying to attract a political convention of one party, or another. An underground explosion rocks Columbus. And a local artist gets recognized across the pond.
Aired: 02/28/14 |
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