Chairs Of The Major Political Parties Face Off On This Fall's Election In Ohio

There are fewer than 50 days until election day. And now that the US Supreme Court has rejected Ohio Democrats’ request to reinstate the so-called Golden Week – when people could register and vote at the same time – we’re a little over three weeks from the start of early voting on October 12. And right now, the presidential race in Ohio is completely up in the air, but the US Senate contest has a definite lean. However, a lot can change in less than 50 days. This week, a chat with two key players in this very important battleground state – the chairs of the two major political parties in Ohio. Matt Borges is the chair of the Ohio Republican Party and David Pepper is chair of the Ohio Democratic Party.

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