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Filmmaker Jed Wolfington takes a decidedly non-partisan approach to the topic of electoral politics with this documentary detailing highlighting why the road to the White House runs straight through Ohio. For the last eleven U.S. presidential elections, Ohio has unfailingly voted the next commander in chief. What lessons may the candidates of 2008 and 2012 learn about how to successfully court the most pivotal state in the entire union? Interviews with a impressive array of characters from all ends of the political spectrum ponder the importance of the so-called "swing state," while an investigation into electoral integrity focuses on the controversy surrounding Ohio's handling of the 2004 presidential elections.