At the moment, Iowa and New Hampshire are the darlings of the race for president. But next March and next November, Ohio will be the big dog — and slowly the big players are coming for a visit.

Monday night was Bernie Sanders’ turn, speaking to several thousand people at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center.

Right out of the gate, the self-described socialist candidate, running second to Hillary Clinton in most major polling, tackled the situation in Syria and governors asking that Syrian refugees not be place in their states.

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