FILE - In this Oct. 31, 2004, file photo, President George W. Bush speaks at a campaign rally at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. Just in time for the Cleveland-hosted Republican National Convention July 2016 and as the general election campaign heats up, a new book, “The Bellwether,” examines Ohio’s importance in picking the nation’s president. Ohio’s electoral votes have been decisive five times, most recently in 2004, when they clinched Bush’s re-election in a tight race that current Secretary of State John Kerry would have won with Ohio.
FILE - In this Oct. 31, 2004, file photo, President George W. Bush speaks at a campaign rally at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. Just in time for the Cleveland-hosted Republican National Convention July 2016 and as the general election campaign heats up, a new book, “The Bellwether,” examines Ohio’s importance in picking the nation’s president. Ohio’s electoral votes have been decisive five times, most recently in 2004, when they clinched Bush’s re-election in a tight race that current Secretary of State John Kerry would have won with Ohio. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
FILE - In this Oct. 31, 2004, file photo, President George W. Bush speaks at a campaign rally at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. Just in time for the Cleveland-hosted Republican National Convention July 2016 and as the general election campaign heats up, a new book, “The Bellwether,” examines Ohio’s importance in picking the nation’s president. Ohio’s electoral votes have been decisive five times, most recently in 2004, when they clinched Bush’s re-election in a tight race that current Secretary of State John Kerry would have won with Ohio. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

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