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It Ain't Over Until the Seemingly Unreachable Date of November 2

Found a couple news items from important swing states. First, from Ohio:

The mayor of a Democratic stronghold in Ohio known for its steel industry job losses endorsed the Republican president Monday.

George M. McKelvey, a Democrat in his second term, said he had no intention of becoming a Republican but might accept an invitation from Ohio Republicans to attend the Republican National Convention in New York.

In the 2000 presidential election, Vice President Al Gore, the Democratic nominee, received 69,212 votes to 40,460 for Bush in Mahoning County, which includes Youngstown. Democrats outnumber Republicans by a 5-1 ratio, according to the Mahoning County Board of Elections,