Analysis Of Final Debate Between DeWine and Cordray; New Effort To Reduce Digital Divide

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Election Day is now less than a month away.  But for those voters casting absentee "by-mail" ballots, early voting begins October 10.  With time running short before the election, Mike DeWine and Richard Cordray brought their close-fought campaign bids to succeed Governor John Kasich to Cleveland for a final debate.   We'll sit down with our political experts to discuss how the debates may have impacted voters.   Then, working to bridge the digital divide in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County.  While high-speed broadband or internet and the digital economy are a reality for many---not everyone is being swept forward by techonolgy.  We'll discuss plans to further level the playing field.

 

For More Information:

Find  Your Board of Elections by County (Secretary of State website)

Register to Vote Information from Secretary of State website

Cleveland Foundation website for Digital Excellence Initiative

PCs for People website

Guests: 

Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau Chief  
Thomas Sutton, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Director, Community Research Institute, Baldwin Wallace University  
Leon Wilson, Chief of Digital Innovation, Chief Information Officer, The Cleveland Foundation
Jeffery K. Patterson, Chief Executive Officer, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority  
Bryan Mauk, Executive Director - Ohio, PCs for People 

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