Partisan Divide; Civility in Politics; The Bellwether; Pokemon Go

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A recent Pew Research Center study says our partisan divide has grown so deep, we not only dislike the other side, we fear their policies. We'll discuss polarization, and efforts to inject civility into governing.  Plus, we'll talk with the author of "The Bellwether: Why Ohio Picks the President." Finally, authorities warn about safety concerns for children, drivers and others caught up in the Pokemon Go craze

Guests: 

Dr. Tom Sutton; Director, Community Research Institute; Professor of Political Science; Baldwin Wallace University 
Sen. Frank LaRose (R), Ohio Senate District 27  
Kyle Kondik, author, "The Bellwether: Why Ohio Picks the President"; Managing Editor, Sabato's Crystal Ball  
David K. Frattare ; Director of State Investigations,  Ohio ICAC Commander, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office 
 

 

Resources:

Pew Research Center

National Institute for Civil Discourse

Sabato's Crystal Ball

Akron Public Library Events

Cleveland Public Library Events

 

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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Pew Survey Shows Deep Partisan Divide, Fear Among Voters

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Ohio Lawmaker Part of Effort to Return Civility to...

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New Book Examines Ohio's Role as "The...

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Safety Officials Urge Pokemon Go Players to Stay Aware

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