NPR Video: Kyle Kondik in Warren, Ohio
Tomorrow evening the Stark County District Library presents—at its Lake (Township) Community Branch—a unique opportunity (free to the public) to see and hear one of America's most astute observers of Ohio and Stark County politics as it unfolds in presidential politics.
From the Virginia Center of Politics website:
Kyle Kondik is managing editor of Sabato’s Crystal Ball, the University of Virginia Center for Politics’ authoritative, nonpartisan newsletter on American campaigns and elections. Kyle’s analysis of presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial politics has been cited by the BBC, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed, and numerous other publications, and he is a frequent contributor to Politico Magazine. He also serves as the Center’s communications director and is based in Washington, where he manages the Center’s DC office.
Kyle has analyzed American politics on CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC, and he has given speeches to groups at the U.S. Department of State, National Governors Association, Congressional Summer Intern Lecture Series, Princeton University, University of Virginia, and many others.
Before joining the Center for Politics in 2011, Kyle served as director of policy and research for former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray and as a reporter, editorial page editor, and political columnist at newspapers in Northeast Ohio. He is a 2006 graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, where he also served as editor of the university’s student-run newspaper, The Post.
At the 3:58 mark of a Public Broadcasting Corporation (PBS) video (LINK), see an example of Kondik's political analysis of the Clinton/Trump campaign in Trumbull County (Warren), Ohio.
Kondik's appearance is a "must see" event Stark Countians who wish to take in a scholarly political analysis on how the presidential race will play out across Ohio right down to the county and city level.