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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.

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