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Electoral Votes: 20



2004 Results:

John Kerry: 42%
George Bush: 47%



Demographics:

Median Family Income:

  Albino: 37%
  Irish: 84%
  Cat: 22%







Population Density:









"I think 2008 is very likely to be a hotly contested race in Ohio," stated Eric Rademacher, director of the University of Cincinnati's Ohio Poll, for the Cincinnati Enquirer. [13] Its 20 electoral votes were critical to President Bush's reelection in 2004. In 2006.



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The industrial urban areas of Cleveland, Dayton, Akron, and Youngstown tend to lean to the Democrats while the rural areas and the suburbs and exurbs (in particular around the ever growing Greater Cincinnati and Columbus areas) lean to the Republicans.




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