The final push
Howard Wilkinson reports: The stretch run in what is surely the most intense, most thrilling and, by far, most expensive Ohio presidential primary in history began Saturday with one of the most tried-and-true of campaign tactics - a good, old-fashioned ground war.
From Cincinnati to Ashtabula, in every big-city neighborhood and rural route in the state, thousands of volunteers for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton fanned out in search of every single vote they could find.
In campaign shorthand, it's called GOTV - Get Out The Vote.
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