Hiram College professor Jason Johnson was interviewed by the Cleveland Plain Dealer about the stakes involved in Tuesday’s midterm elections.
“There is no such thing as an off-year election during a recession,” said Jason Johnson, a political science professor at Hiram College.
Johnson says the stakes are high because recession related policies, such as those influencing home foreclosures, have a direct impact on voters.
“You can’t afford to sit home during an election where the federal government can make things worse,” he said.
Read the full story online at “Ohio voters play a big role in midterm elections.”