Husted, Kasich Respond to 'Rigged' Election Accusations; Cleveland's Latino Voters; Senate Debate

The impact of Hispanic voters in this year's election season has been talked about a great deal in the presidential campaign; and here in our battleground buckeye state, they play a big role as well. We'll hear about efforts to rally the Latino vote in Northeast Ohio.

The county executive's seat for Ohio’s 4th most populous county needs to be filled after the death of Russ Pry this summer – our roundtable of area journalists discuss the debate between the two contenders.

Plus, the third and final Ohio Senate debate was held at the Idea Center in Cleveland Thursday night. We take a look at some of the big moments between Senator Rob Portman and former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland.

Resources: 

Watch "Going There", a conversation about race hosted by NPR

Guests: 

Chris Quinn, cleveland.com 

Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau

Dan Shingler, Crain's Cleveland Business

Nick Castele, ideastream politics reporter

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Get out the Hispanic vote

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