National Affairs: Ohio

Ohio's rotund Democratic Governor Mike Di Salle was hauled aboard the Kennedy bandwagon only at political gun point (TIME, Jan. 18), but once there, he appointed himself the architect of the Kennedy campaign in his state, freely predicted a massive Kennedy sweep. As it turned out, the only Ohio county to perform satisfactorily for Kennedy was industrial Cuyahoga (Cleveland), which is bossed by canny Ray Miller, one of the old-line Democratic county chairmen whose power Di Salle has long been trying to undercut. In the rest of the state, the Republicans, riding Nixon's...

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