U.K. Letters Aim to Influence Undecided Ohio Voters London's The Guardian newspaper has been providing its readers with the names and addresses of voters in Clark County, Ohio, to whom they can write. The goal is to start a dialogue about the upcoming U.S. presidential election -- and perhaps influence the outcome. We check-in with Michelle Everhart, who's been covering the story in Clark County.
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U.K. Letters Aim to Influence Undecided Ohio Voters

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U.K. Letters Aim to Influence Undecided Ohio Voters

U.K. Letters Aim to Influence Undecided Ohio Voters

U.K. Letters Aim to Influence Undecided Ohio Voters

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London's The Guardian newspaper has been providing its readers with the names and addresses of voters in Clark County, Ohio, to whom they can write. The goal is to start a dialogue about the upcoming U.S. presidential election — and perhaps influence the outcome. We check-in with Michelle Everhart, who's been covering the story in Clark County.

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Michelle Everhart, a reporter who has been covering The Guardian letters for The Springfield News-Sun.