Springer died on April 27 at the age of 79 in his Chicago home after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He moved to Cincinnati in 1968 to work in a law firm after graduating from Northwestern University law school. Springer had already jumped into the political arena, working for Robert Kennedy’s presidential campaign. In Cincinnati, he became chairman of the Hamilton County “Voter-19 Campaign,” which sought to lower the voting age in Ohio. He was a Pied Piper with young people, rallying big numbers of college and high school students. Springer went on to be better-known for hosting a tabloid talk show named after him from 1991 to 2018. He debuted his own podcast, hosted America’s Got Talent and hosted the courtroom show Judge Jerry.
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