Lordstown Motors to Start Production with 800 Employees

October 27, 2020: Lordstown Motors CEO Steve Burns says when the automaker starts production in September, it will likely need 200 more employees than previously thought.
Plus: Donald Trump Jr. campaigns for President Trump in Youngstown while elected officials in Warren stump for former Vice President Joe Biden, and additional coronavirus relief money is coming to Ohio businesses.

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Ryan, Franklin Vote Early to Kick Off Biden’s ‘OH-I-Vote’ Tour

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