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Mhari Saito

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  • On the Sidelines of the Election

    James Kilat and Julius Nganga

    There are about 25 million foreign-born people living in this country who cannot legally vote, but they can pay attention to the presidential fever that's taken over the country. Reporter Mhari Saito talks to some immigrants who have political opinions even though they are not allowed to vote.

  • Cutting off your ARM to save your house

    Foreclosures, now at record levels, could go even higher as a wave of adjustable rate mortgages reset to higher interest rates in the next 18 months. Mhari Saito has a story of a family teetering on the leading edge of that wave.

  • Back to the Paper Age in Ohio

    The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections seal.

    Poll workers in Ohio's Cuyahoga County, which includes Cleveland, are learning about a new voting system. And it's actually just like the old system. In late December, Ohio's Secretary of State cast a tie-breaking vote to scrap their three-year-old electronic voting machines and go back to paper ballots. And it's a move more parts of the country are considering.

  • Campaigning to be a Delegate in Ohio

    Voting Block

    While the candidates scramble to get Ohio votes, a lot of regular folks are scrambling to become a delegate. The process varies from state to state but in Ohio, you pretty much have to back a winner.

  • Electing Religion in Ohio

    Northeast Ohio Values Voter director Diane Stover

    After playing a critical role in the 2004 presidential election, conservative and evangelical groups in Warren County, Ohio, are feeling a lot less powerful this time around.

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