Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 11:54 AM
At the end of this week, readers of The Plain Dealer will see of a columnist return to its pages who's been notably absent for the past year. Pulitzer prize-winning columnist Connie Schultz left last February to work full time on her husband's campaign. Her husband is Ohio's junior Senator Sherrod Brown. Her travels took her to all corners of the state - Schultz estimates she visited at least 66 of Ohio's 88 counties. And, she's in the process of writing a book about the experience. During a recent visit to the Idea Center, ideastream's Eric Wellman asked her what life on the road was like.
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