The Supreme Court, the global pandemic and nationwide protests are all up for debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden Tuesday in Cleveland. Ohio's Case Western Reserve University will set the stage for the first presidential debate.
Ohio went for Trump in 2016 but this year it is considered by many one of the biggest toss-ups. While no longer a true battleground, it's anybody's game.
Joining Cincinnati Edition to discuss the first presidential debate and what Ohio voters will be watching for is Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel; and University of Cincinnati Department of Political Science Associate Professor David Niven, P.h.D.
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