Tom Beres, WKYC Channel 3 News

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WKYC Channel 3 News

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Tom:

Federal Judge orders no voter harrassment

U.S. District Judge James Gwin is issuing a restraining order prohibiting anyone from harassing voters coming to or leaving polling places. → Read More

Will Jay-Z/Beyonce event help Clinton energize black voters?

Hillary Clinton needs a big winning margin in Cuyahoga County to have a chance of winning Ohio. That means she needs a very strong turnout from African-American voters. → Read More

Secretary of State Jon Husted talks election challenges/ voting security

Secretary of State Jon Husted's experience tells him there will be some sort of unexpected challenge that crops up on Election Day. → Read More

Clinton campaign manager talks NE Ohio push and Trump's poll lead

Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook discusses her last minute bid to overtake Donald Trump in Ohio polls and win the Buckeye state. → Read More

Democrats sue to block voter intimidation, Republicans say none planned

Democrats say it's a real threat. Republicans claim it's political grandstanding. A Federal Judge will decide whether to block Trump backers acting as voter watchdogs. → Read More

Between the Lines: Will Trump support outcome? Election security/ Burning Borges bridge/Senate race

This week's Between the Lines topics are Donald Trump's vacillating about accepting the election outcome, Trump's Burning a bridge with Matt Borges, election security, and the Ohio Senate race wrapping up. → Read More

Campaign swag vendors cash in at rallies

While most folks focus on what happens inside political campaign rallies, a group of people are busy outside scrambling to sell pricey shirts, buttons and souvenirs. → Read More

Final Senate Debate: Lots of jabbing but no knockout

Incumbent Senator Rob Strickland and underdog challenger Ted Strickland face off in Cleveland for final debae. → Read More

3 weeks until Election Day: some key questions to size up the campaign

The Election campaign is kicking into the home stretch. How are things shaping up? → Read More

Cuyahoga County Elections Director: Trump "rigging" claims "irresponsible and dangerous"

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Director Pat McDonald calls Donald Trump's claims of a "rigged" election "reckless...irresponsible and dangerous." → Read More

Between the Lines: Race to the bottom, CLE income tax hike

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump visit Ohio, the campaign to pass a Cleveland income tax hike and local members of Congress bypassing debates are this week's Between the Lines topics. → Read More

Mayor Jackson talks income tax hike vote what ifs

Mayor Frank Jackson and Tom Beres talk about what's at stake as Cleveland residents decide whether to raise the city income tax. → Read More

Congressman Louis Stokes' suits being given to rebounding homeless men

The late Congressman Louis Stokes was known as a class act and a classy dressy. His family is donating many of his suits to the Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry to be given to homeless men. → Read More

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections: We're ready for early voting

Early voting in Ohio in this contentious Presidential election starts Wednesday. → Read More

Between the Lines: Ohio up for grabs, CPPA Trump endorsement and Ohio alternative energy

Ohio is in up-for-grabs status in the Presidential race, a controversial Trump endorsement from Cleveland's police union and the future of alternative energy in Ohio are this week's topics on Between the Lines. → Read More

Where do the candidates stand on helping manufacturing?

Manufacturing, job loss and job creation are a significant issue in the Presidential campaign. Where do Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stand? → Read More

Why are Parma Schools drowning in red ink?

Students and taxpayers in Parma are asking their school officials a tough question: what happened to $15 million? → Read More

Local pastors condemn CPPA Trump endorsement

A group of African-American clergymen is adding its voice to a chorus of critics condemning the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association endorsement of Donald Trump for President. → Read More

Do Greater Clevelanders recognize Mike Pence and Tim Kaine?

While Vice Presidential Candidates Tim Kaine and Mike Pence have low recognition nationwide, more than half the Greater Clevelanders we asked could identify them. → Read More

Between the Lines: Debate preview, GOP vs. Kasich, CMSD flunking report card, annexation talk

This week's topics include the big Monday night Presidential debate, GOP boss Reince Priebus' warning to Governor Kasich, CMSD's flunking report card, and what it will take for Cleveland to marry East Cleveland. → Read More