Pro-gambling ads exaggerate economic benefits

By Scott Finn 

The official vote isn’t until Saturday, but already more than 10,000 voters cast early ballots in Kanawha County over whether to allow table games at Tri-State Racetrack and Gaming Center in Nitro. It’s the last table games election this year — earlier this summer, voters approved them in Ohio and Hancock Counties and rejected them in Jefferson County.

Earlier, we looked at some of the claims being made by anti-gambling activists. Now we examine the ads from table games supporters.

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