With President Obama and Mitt Romney making campaign stop in Ohio over the last month, it's clear that the state is once again crucial to the election. But this year more than ever, the political stakes may be higher. On this week's installment of PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks to Ken Bode. He's been a national political correspondent for NBC and PBS, and a columnist with the Indianapolis Star. Bode tells McCord that if the President wins Ohio and other swing states, it's very likely he'll win a second term without the popular vote.
PoliticsOhio: President Could Win Election Without Popular Vote
By Emily McCord • Jul 6, 2012