Between the Lines: Clinton/Trump closer in Ohio; Strickland fights back;CMSD Levy

Between The Lines: Part 1

Between the Lines with WKYC's Tom Beres airs at its 7 p.m. Saturday time slot tonight.

The Presidential race is closer in Ohio than other swing states.

Why is that?

Will Trump's week of immigration focus make a difference here? Will Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson impact the outcome in Ohio?

What will be the impact of a week of campaigning where both candidates and Vice President Joe Biden visited the Buckeye State?

Underdog Ted Strickland is fighting back with ads explaining why he drained the Rainy Day Fund and attempting to link Rob Portman with Donald Trump.

But following the flow of money among both Democrats and Republicans in this race suggests the "experts" think Portman's polling lead will stand.

Can new Strickland ads make an impact? Will Portman ever appear with Trump?

The tentative deal with Cleveland School teachers avoids a strike, so the campaign to renew an essential Cleveland school levy can continue without that distraction.

What will be the campaign's message? Can it convince Cleveland voters schools have improved enough to keep the money coming?

East Cleveland's possible annexation to Cleveland continues to follow a one-step forward, one-step back path.

Can East Cleveland council come up with reasonable recommendations to Cleveland about its possible future role as a piece of Cleveland?

Will Cleveland want to accept East Cleveland's given its own financial problems?

WKYC Senior Political Correspondent Tom Beres discusses these issues with Channel 3 political analysts, Democratic former Congressman Dennis Eckart and longtime journalist now political consultant Mary Anne Sharkey on this edition of Between the Lines.


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