A Peek Inside Ohio 14 Days Before the Election: Can Biden Pull Off an Upset?

Sharon Waxman

On Fairmont Boulevard where the broad, leafy avenue divides the upscale Cleveland suburb Shaker Heights from the more middle-class University Heights, a lady with her manicured white poodle is taking a selfie on her front lawn, in front of her Biden-Harris lawn sign. “I’m heading to drop off my ballot right now,” she said proudly, asking a passerby to take a picture for history. Up and down her street and in the winding streets of gracious homes behind her, Biden-Harris lawn signs dominate the views. Over on the University Heights side of the avenue, where the lots are smaller for the rows of brick houses, there are a lot more Trump-Pence signs dotting the yards. I grew up here, in Ohio, a swing state that went for Trump by eight points in 2016, and where right now it’s anybody’s call. The latest polls show Trump leading by two points, 52-48, according to the site 538.com. Also Read: Trump Is the Butt of 97% of Late-Night TV Hosts' Presidential Candidate Jokes, Study Says History dangles in the balance. I grew up writing book reports about the seven presidents that Ohio sent to the White House. And I’ve watched a proud Buckeye...

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