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Why 2012 may be Ohio's last year to shine in presidential campaigns
Hiram prof sees signs for Ohio in last night's GOP debate, even if only the political class is paying attention now

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M.L. Schultze
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It’s four months before the first official GOP presidential caucuses, and likely eight months before Ohio’s Republican voters get their say. But Hiram College’s Jason Johnson made the trip to watch last night’s GOP presidential debate in California and WKSU’s M.L. Schultze says he’s coming back with some clues for Ohio’s Republican Party.

Hiram's Jason Johnson talks about the GOP presidential debates and Ohio

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