The race to win Ohio: Three key questions for Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton
With the eyes of a nation on Cleveland for the Republican National Convention, the four-day confab is once again focusing attention on Ohio, the perennial presidential swing state.
A discussion with several politicos in this suburb of Cleveland zeroed in a few key questions that will likely shape the outcome of the Buckeye State. The state has 18 electoral votes and polls show a close race, with Clinton typically ahead by a small margin. It is a crucial element of both parties’ paths to the 270 electoral votes needed to win.
Here are three key questions.
- Who can improve vote totals more, Trump in Appalachia or Clinton in the suburbs?
- Does Trump manage to put together a solid ground game?
- Can Clinton engage voters?
Read the analysis here.