Hiram College professor Jason Johnson discussed the impact of Hurricane Sandy on the presidential election in an interview with the Cincinnati Enquirer article “Buckeye political strategies set askew.”
“If the storm has half the impact that’s predicted, its hurts both candidates,” said Hiram College political science professor Jason Johnson.
Obama benefits from the national spotlight on his leadership role, but curtailed early voting could help Romney win the battleground state of Virginia, he said.
Johnson predicted two days of Obama surveying storm damage. Then both candidates will be back on the campaign trail – and back in Ohio.