This battleground state has a different swing. It’s as if hundreds of thousands of Buckeye votes can change their mind. And if you want to find them, hit the road, because they’re all over. In almost all other swing states, the 2008 shift from Republican to Democrat was driven by additional voters, mostly in large urban areas. But in Ohio . . . (Read related article.)

Ohio Secretary of State and National Atlas of the United States | By Ted Mellnik and Laura Stanton / The Washington Post October 27, 2012
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