Exhaustion in Ohio

“You’ve been on the ballot many times in Ohio, all of it successful. So, this time around, as you go around the state of Ohio, can you compare the sense of community that existed when you first ran for Congress to the sense of community that's out there today? And I’m talking specifically about towns and cities where you could belong to the other party and you could argue about politics, but you had a sense of the community that you belonged to. Is it still as strong? Is it weakened?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Ohio Democratic Senate nominee Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) during a Morning Joe conversation about whether the fraught political climate in America has impacted the cities and towns in Ohio. Listen to Ryan’s response here about the “exhaustion” that’s permeated Ohioan communities.



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