PBS News Weekend

Season 6, Episode 6 of 99

No Republican candidate has ever won the White House without securing the majority of votes in Ohio, and no Democratic candidate since 1960 has won the election without carrying Ohio. With the stakes so high, a series of legal skirmishes over voting rules, such as early voting days and registration, is underway, including a fight over the state's purging of thousands due to not voting frequently enough. NewsHour Weekend's Special Correspondent Chris Bury reports from Columbus.

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