Stop. Read this.
At Yes We Can Columbus, we think it's important that voters are as informed as possible. That's why we think it's vital that you check out the Columbus Dispatch's ongoing three-part series on poverty and segregation in Columbus.
One key line: "The divide is clear: Median household incomes in two census tracts less than 2 miles apart can easily differ by more than $70,000. One tract in Clintonville, west of I-71 and north of North Broadway, has distinct and pricey homes, leafy streets, and a median annual household income of $100,284. In a tract just to the east across the interstate in North Linden, northeast of Oakland Park Avenue and Karl Road, many of the houses stand empty or have been turned into rentals. The median household income there: $27,702."
Read it, then come back and visit us.