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 Julian Mack, center, raises both his arms up to cheer as he and other supporters welcome Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders Friday, March 11, 2016, at the SeaGate Centre in downtown Toledo. Hundreds of local supporters turned out to support Mr. Sanders in advance of the Tuesday, March 15 Ohio primary as he continues his bid to win the Democratic Party nomination for President.

Julian Mack, center, raises both his arms up to cheer as he and other supporters welcome Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders Friday, March 11, 2016, at the SeaGate Centre in downtown Toledo. Hundreds of local supporters turned out to support Mr. Sanders in advance of the Tuesday, March 15 Ohio primary as he continues his bid to win the Democratic Party nomination for President.

 Georgia Rogers of Springfield Township came out to show support for Mrs. Clinton during the opening of Hillary for America Toledo campaign headquarters Thursday, July 7, 2016, in downtown Toledo. More than three dozen local residents and supporters attended the opening event.

Georgia Rogers of Springfield Township came out to show support for Mrs. Clinton during the opening of Hillary for America Toledo campaign headquarters Thursday, July 7, 2016, in downtown Toledo. More than three dozen local residents and supporters attended the opening event.

 Shane Gierke of Streetsboro, Ohio, showed of his armpits which read, "Trump" and "2016" as he walked near Quicken Loans Arena during the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland. Temperatures soared and Public Square, the source of many protests, was largely quiet. Mr. Gierke said he'd become a big Trump supporter after his friend was killed in a drunken driving accident by a man who told authorities he was in the county illegally.

Shane Gierke of Streetsboro, Ohio, showed of his armpits which read, "Trump" and "2016" as he walked near Quicken Loans Arena during the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland. Temperatures soared and Public Square, the source of many protests, was largely quiet. Mr. Gierke said he'd become a big Trump supporter after his friend was killed in a drunken driving accident by a man who told authorities he was in the county illegally.

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CTY Trump27p Alyx Kendzierski, center, and Dan Rutt, both of Toledo, right, protest Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as he speaks Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. Thousands of the candidates supporters turned out, as did hundreds of protesters against Mr. Trump. THE BLADE/ KATIE RAUSCH

 Rickey Hubley of Toledo flips off anti-Donald Trump protesters before he headed inside to hear Republican presidential nominee speak Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. Thousands of the candidates supporters turned out, as did hundreds of protesters against Mr. Trump.

Rickey Hubley of Toledo flips off anti-Donald Trump protesters before he headed inside to hear Republican presidential nominee speak Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. Thousands of the candidates supporters turned out, as did hundreds of protesters against Mr. Trump.

 Supporters, including John Roehl of Neapolis, center, cheer Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence as he campaigns Tuesday, October 25, 2016, at Grand Aire, Inc. in the Toledo Express Airport in Swanton.

Supporters, including John Roehl of Neapolis, center, cheer Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence as he campaigns Tuesday, October 25, 2016, at Grand Aire, Inc. in the Toledo Express Airport in Swanton.

 A window in the Riverfront Apartment building reads, "Stop Hate." Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo.

A window in the Riverfront Apartment building reads, "Stop Hate." Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo.

 Thousands of people were on hand for the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

Thousands of people were on hand for the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

 The national office of Planned Parenthood's Action Fund were handing out condoms decorated with anti-Donald Trump messages in Public Square on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

The national office of Planned Parenthood's Action Fund were handing out condoms decorated with anti-Donald Trump messages in Public Square on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

 Police officers record a protest during the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland. Temperatures soared and Public Square, the source of many protests, was largely quiet.

Police officers record a protest during the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland. Temperatures soared and Public Square, the source of many protests, was largely quiet.

 Leo, 5, sports a, "Make America Great Again" hat as he plays in the water at Public Square as his father Peter Trunzo of Cleveland keeps an eye out nearby on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest. As a rare Republican in Cleveland Mr. Trunzo said he'd come downtown to soak up the atmosphere. "We're such a bastion for the other side that it's nice to come out and see all the Republicans," he said.

Leo, 5, sports a, "Make America Great Again" hat as he plays in the water at Public Square as his father Peter Trunzo of Cleveland keeps an eye out nearby on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest. As a rare Republican in Cleveland Mr. Trunzo said he'd come downtown to soak up the atmosphere. "We're such a bastion for the other side that it's nice to come out and see all the Republicans," he said.

 Turner Farr of Cleveland, center, leads an impromptu march Thursday, July 21, 2016, calling for free speech and the release of several people with the Revolutionary Communist Party who were detained during a flag burning protest during third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Lawyers with the Cleveland branch of the NAACP and the Ohio chapter of the National Lawyers Guild had offered to represent the 17 people arrested. All but two were released Thursday.

Turner Farr of Cleveland, center, leads an impromptu march Thursday, July 21, 2016, calling for free speech and the release of several people with the Revolutionary Communist Party who were detained during a flag burning protest during third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Lawyers with the Cleveland branch of the NAACP and the Ohio chapter of the National Lawyers Guild had offered to represent the 17 people arrested. All but two were released Thursday.

 Ronald Brock sits in his truck after driving in circles on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

Ronald Brock sits in his truck after driving in circles on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

 Susan, right, and Dean Siley of Richfield, center, laugh as their kids play with Donald Trump cutouts in Public Square on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

Susan, right, and Dean Siley of Richfield, center, laugh as their kids play with Donald Trump cutouts in Public Square on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

 Local activist Julian Mack, center left, comforts Ruth Leonard, right, at a nearly abandoned Election Night watch party Tuesday, November 8, 2016, at the UAW Local 12 Hall in Toledo. Democratic supporters from around Lucas county were gathered to watch the results roll in.

Local activist Julian Mack, center left, comforts Ruth Leonard, right, at a nearly abandoned Election Night watch party Tuesday, November 8, 2016, at the UAW Local 12 Hall in Toledo. Democratic supporters from around Lucas county were gathered to watch the results roll in.

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 Julian Mack, center, raises both his arms up to cheer as he and other supporters welcome Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders Friday, March 11, 2016, at the SeaGate Centre in downtown Toledo. Hundreds of local supporters turned out to support Mr. Sanders in advance of the Tuesday, March 15 Ohio primary as he continues his bid to win the Democratic Party nomination for President.
 Georgia Rogers of Springfield Township came out to show support for Mrs. Clinton during the opening of Hillary for America Toledo campaign headquarters Thursday, July 7, 2016, in downtown Toledo. More than three dozen local residents and supporters attended the opening event.
 Shane Gierke of Streetsboro, Ohio, showed of his armpits which read, "Trump" and "2016" as he walked near Quicken Loans Arena during the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland. Temperatures soared and Public Square, the source of many protests, was largely quiet. Mr. Gierke said he'd become a big Trump supporter after his friend was killed in a drunken driving accident by a man who told authorities he was in the county illegally.
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 Rickey Hubley of Toledo flips off anti-Donald Trump protesters before he headed inside to hear Republican presidential nominee speak Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. Thousands of the candidates supporters turned out, as did hundreds of protesters against Mr. Trump.
 Supporters, including John Roehl of Neapolis, center, cheer Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence as he campaigns Tuesday, October 25, 2016, at Grand Aire, Inc. in the Toledo Express Airport in Swanton.
 A window in the Riverfront Apartment building reads, "Stop Hate." Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo.
 Thousands of people were on hand for the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.
 The national office of Planned Parenthood's Action Fund were handing out condoms decorated with anti-Donald Trump messages in Public Square on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.
 Police officers record a protest during the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland. Temperatures soared and Public Square, the source of many protests, was largely quiet.
 Leo, 5, sports a, "Make America Great Again" hat as he plays in the water at Public Square as his father Peter Trunzo of Cleveland keeps an eye out nearby on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest. As a rare Republican in Cleveland Mr. Trunzo said he'd come downtown to soak up the atmosphere. "We're such a bastion for the other side that it's nice to come out and see all the Republicans," he said.
 Turner Farr of Cleveland, center, leads an impromptu march Thursday, July 21, 2016, calling for free speech and the release of several people with the Revolutionary Communist Party who were detained during a flag burning protest during third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Lawyers with the Cleveland branch of the NAACP and the Ohio chapter of the National Lawyers Guild had offered to represent the 17 people arrested. All but two were released Thursday.
 Ronald Brock sits in his truck after driving in circles on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.
 Susan, right, and Dean Siley of Richfield, center, laugh as their kids play with Donald Trump cutouts in Public Square on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.
 Local activist Julian Mack, center left, comforts Ruth Leonard, right, at a nearly abandoned Election Night watch party Tuesday, November 8, 2016, at the UAW Local 12 Hall in Toledo. Democratic supporters from around Lucas county were gathered to watch the results roll in.

Julian Mack, center, raises both his arms up to cheer as he and other supporters welcome Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders Friday, March 11, 2016, at the SeaGate Centre in downtown Toledo. Hundreds of local supporters turned out to support Mr. Sanders in advance of the Tuesday, March 15 Ohio primary as he continues his bid to win the Democratic Party nomination for President.

Georgia Rogers of Springfield Township came out to show support for Mrs. Clinton during the opening of Hillary for America Toledo campaign headquarters Thursday, July 7, 2016, in downtown Toledo. More than three dozen local residents and supporters attended the opening event.

Shane Gierke of Streetsboro, Ohio, showed of his armpits which read, "Trump" and "2016" as he walked near Quicken Loans Arena during the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland. Temperatures soared and Public Square, the source of many protests, was largely quiet. Mr. Gierke said he'd become a big Trump supporter after his friend was killed in a drunken driving accident by a man who told authorities he was in the county illegally.

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CTY Trump27p Alyx Kendzierski, center, and Dan Rutt, both of Toledo, right, protest Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as he speaks Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. Thousands of the candidates supporters turned out, as did hundreds of protesters against Mr. Trump. THE BLADE/ KATIE RAUSCH

Rickey Hubley of Toledo flips off anti-Donald Trump protesters before he headed inside to hear Republican presidential nominee speak Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. Thousands of the candidates supporters turned out, as did hundreds of protesters against Mr. Trump.

Supporters, including John Roehl of Neapolis, center, cheer Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence as he campaigns Tuesday, October 25, 2016, at Grand Aire, Inc. in the Toledo Express Airport in Swanton.

A window in the Riverfront Apartment building reads, "Stop Hate." Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo.

Thousands of people were on hand for the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

The national office of Planned Parenthood's Action Fund were handing out condoms decorated with anti-Donald Trump messages in Public Square on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

Police officers record a protest during the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland. Temperatures soared and Public Square, the source of many protests, was largely quiet.

Leo, 5, sports a, "Make America Great Again" hat as he plays in the water at Public Square as his father Peter Trunzo of Cleveland keeps an eye out nearby on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest. As a rare Republican in Cleveland Mr. Trunzo said he'd come downtown to soak up the atmosphere. "We're such a bastion for the other side that it's nice to come out and see all the Republicans," he said.

Turner Farr of Cleveland, center, leads an impromptu march Thursday, July 21, 2016, calling for free speech and the release of several people with the Revolutionary Communist Party who were detained during a flag burning protest during third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Lawyers with the Cleveland branch of the NAACP and the Ohio chapter of the National Lawyers Guild had offered to represent the 17 people arrested. All but two were released Thursday.

Ronald Brock sits in his truck after driving in circles on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

Susan, right, and Dean Siley of Richfield, center, laugh as their kids play with Donald Trump cutouts in Public Square on the third day of the Republican National Convention Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in downtown Cleveland. Among the thousands of people flocking to the attend the convention at the Quicken Loans Arena hundreds of people also turned out to protest and counter protest.

Local activist Julian Mack, center left, comforts Ruth Leonard, right, at a nearly abandoned Election Night watch party Tuesday, November 8, 2016, at the UAW Local 12 Hall in Toledo. Democratic supporters from around Lucas county were gathered to watch the results roll in.

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