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The Sound of Ideas

Weekly Regional Roundtable

Posted Friday, November 5, 2010

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What happened across Ohio and the country on Tuesday? Did America swing right? Did "no" become the new "yes?" or was it a case of "electile dysfunction." Divided government will reign in Washington but the Republicans' clean sweep in Ohio leaves them in complete control in Columbus. So, what now? Reflections from our reporters' roundtable, plus a conversation with the new Executive in charge of the state's biggest county...Friday at 9:00 on 90.3


Economy, Regional Economy/Business - News, Government/Politics


Ed FitzGerald, Cuyahoga County Executive-elect
M.L. Schultze, news director, WKSU
Chris Quinn, metro editor, The Plain Dealer
Bill Cohen, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau

Additional Information

The role turnout played in the election
Kasich's transition to the Governor's office
Akron safety forces still financially-challenged
Redevelopment plans for Randall Park Mall

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Jerry Cordaro 8:09 AM 11/5/10

I have to disagree with your intro - Tuesday wasn’t a bad day for Democrats, it was a bad day for everyone. All we can hope to do for the next two years is limit the damage and pray people wake up in time.


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