Wed. 10:10 pm: Steady stream cast the first Ohio votes

WARREN – Voters who said nothing – not the third presidential debate or whatever the next scandal in the 2016 presidential race reveals, could change their minds about their vote – lined up Wednesday to cast their ballots at the Trumbull County Board of Elections on the first day of early voting in Ohio.

In Trumbull County, “entrenched” Democrats seemed to dominate the first day of early voting. While many supporters of Hillary Clinton described joy at casting a vote for the first woman nominee to headline a major party ticket, no supporters of Republican nominee Donald Trump responded to requests for comment.

One group at the polls for the first day of early voting in Ohio represented three generations of a family. Mary Taylor, 76, came with her daughter, Barbara Skinner, 56; and Skinner’s children, Ma-Nila Taylor, 21, and Nigel Taylor, 29.

Ma-Nila Taylor said this was the first election she cast a ballot in, and was proud her first vote for president could be a for a woman.

Read more in Thursday’s Tribune Chronicle.