Why Ohio mattered in the election -- MANUFACTURING.
Ohio saw some of the largest campaign advertising expenditures of the 2012 election, and manufacturing and jobs dominated those ads.
As Bill Rice reports for Ohio NPR, of all media markets nationwide, Cleveland ranked second in campaign ads that mentioned jobs, with about 37 million dollars spent and nearly 34 thousand ads aired. Cleveland was first in ads mentioning China.
Read a full post-election analysis of TV ads. LISTEN TO THE FULL SEGMENT, BELOW.
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