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The Sound of Ideas

Ohio Senate Race Discussion

Posted Tuesday, October 3, 2006

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They've each served more than a decade in Washington, D.C., but this election season Congressman Sherrod Brown and Senator Mike DeWine are going after the same seat. Democrats are targeting Ohio in a bid to re-take control of the U.S. Senate, and while polls show there is a shot to knock off the Republican incumbent, the race remains neck-and-neck, and the candidates are as testy as ever. Fresh from a nationally televised debate, we've invited them to spend some quality time with us. Plus, a panel of political writers provide their insights, and answer your questions.



Chad Pergram, Capitol News Bureau reporter; Dan Chaon, professor of creative writing, Oberlin College, and NYT op-ed writer; David Cohen, University of Akron political science professor

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