Ohio Swings Blue in Big Electoral Reversal

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Before Tuesday's vote, Ohio had a Republican senator, a Republican governor and an 11-to-6 advantage in House seats. But the tables have turned for the GOP after the Election Day results.

Democratic tenacity in getting out the vote and a swarm of volunteer "vote watchers" may have helped turn the tide.



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