CINCINNATI - Superstorm Sandy has changed the tone of the upcoming presidential election. How will the storm impact the race? Did Sandy inadvertently help both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney find a different campaign messages?
9 News anchor Tanya O'Rourke sits down with political analyst Pat Crowley, WVXU.org political writer Howard Wilkinson and Gene Beaupre of Xavier University to discuss those questions and several other political issues during the weekly 9 News political roundtable.
Ohio is also on the collective mind of the panel. They look at who needs Ohio more to achieve an electoral victory. The panelists also offer insights into the latest polls and what they say beyond the overall numbers.
You can see the roundtable here or Sunday morning at 8 a.m. on Good Morning Tri-State.
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Gene Beaupre is a political science professor at Xavier University who has worked many elections.
Pat Crowley is a political analyst for 9 News. Read his full bio at http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/about_us/patrick-crowley-bio
Howard Wilkinson is a political contributor to 9 News and serves as a political writer for WVXU.org. Read his full bio at http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/about_us/howard-wilkinson
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