Between the Lines: Deplorables, polls, Mexican-American reporter gets hate tweets

Between The Lines: Part 1

This edition of Between the Lines aired in People and Places at 7 p.m. Saturday.

The Presidential race is tightening up in Ohio.

Donald Trump's ahead in two new polls. Hillary Clinton' s back on the campaign trail. And Trump supporters are outraged over being called "deplorables."

Has the momentum shifted in Ohio? How did Trump's Canton appearance play?

And Politics writer Henry Gomez has been fielding hate-filled tweets from Trump backers, insulting him because of his Mexican heritage.

How does he separate personal feelings from professional standards in his Presidential race coverage?

The Cleveland minimum wage battle has been put off until next  year.

Will an extra six months help backers make their case for a more gradual path to $15 a year?

East Cleveland voters will get a chance to recall their mayor and council president as the controversial annexation debate continues.

What difference would that make?

Ohio voters will lose six days of early voting because of a Supreme Court ruling. What will that mean?

Cleveland City Council was considering renaming a chunk of Cedar Avenue for fight promoter/Cleveland native Don King.

But renaming the same stretch where King killed a man is getting lots of  embarrassing coverage nationwide.

How will that story end?

WKYC Senior Political Correspondent Tom Beres discusses these issues with  columnist Mark Naymik and politics writer Henry Gomez on this edition of Between the Lines.


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