Once the most powerful issue in presidential politics, abortion has barely been an issue in the 2016 presidential race.

Despite critical Supreme Court cases over state-level restrictions on abortion, the issue hasn’t had the sort of front and center position this year that it has in past presidential elections.

And nowhere is the lack of focus on the once top tier issue more obvious than the Buckeye State, where its critical 18 electoral votes are being hotly contested by both campaigns in the closing days of the election.

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