Polling Swing Voters in an Ohio Steel Town

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Jim Galonia

Steubenville, Ohio, steelworker Jim Galonia took a pay cut to help keep his mill from closing. Christine Arrasmith, NPR hide caption

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The economy of Steubenville, Ohio, is driven by a complex of steel mills. Residents are considered "Reagan Democrats" whose votes could go to either presidential candidate. Both campaigns are working hard in Ohio, a state they believe could decide the election. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep.



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