2016 Voter Anxiety

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Finally, next Monday, we'll see the first results in a presidential campaign that seems to have dragged on forever. The Iowa caucuses, followed a week later by the New Hampsire primaries, will begin to give shape to voter preference. Ohio votes March 15. So what's driving voters? Candidates talk about fear, anxiety and anger. Where is that coming from? From the economy to ISIS to immigration, voters have a lot to think about.

Guests: 

-Rob Frost, Chairman, Cuyahoga County Republican Party

-Stu Garson, Chairman, Cuyahoga County Democratic Party

-Jason Johnson, Ph.D, Professor Political Science, Hiram University; Political Editor, TheRoot.com

-Khrys Shefton, Secretary, Cleveland Young Professional Senate

-Danielle Sabo, Program Administrator, Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Case Western Reserve University

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