Kerry returns to Democratic strongholds where Bush has made inroads
John Kerry will be returning to Ohio today to stake claim to Democratic areas where he should have solid support.
Kerry will be in the Youngstown area this afternoon where he will talk about the economy and then he'll visit a church in Cleveland. President Bush has made several stops in Democratic areas of Ohio during this year's campaign. One analyst says it's unlikely that Bush could take many counties in northeast Ohio, but the goal is to reduce the margins. Bush has won converts, including Democratic Youngstown Mayor George McKelvey and former state Representative Mike Verich of Warren.
No Republican has won the presidency without winning Ohio.