Greg Hartmann speaks. Who, you might ask? H-A-R-T-M-A-N-N. Greg. You know, silly. The guy running against Jennifer Brunner (OK, the guy walking against Jennifer Brunner) for Secretary of State. Well, he woke up I guess and we get to do political translation 101. Fun!
Greg says: “Hartmann, the Hamilton County clerk of courts, said he supports the job that current secretary and gubernatorial candidate Ken Blackwell has done, but wants to do more. ”
Greg means: “Listen, I know Ken has fucked shit up. But I want to fix it. I’m the change guy…no really.”
Greg says: “Hartmann said […]Full Story... →
…Ya got trouble, my friend, right here, I say, trouble right here in River City.
Naymik outs what we’ve been hearing all week. ODP appears to have some trouble on its hands. Russell posted earlier about problems with the much touted new voter file system. Now we hear about fractures in the coordinated:
The Ohio Democratic Party bragged three months ago that it hired Richard Dickerson to help coordinate statewide campaigns this year, a position the party couldn’t afford to fill four years ago.
But Dickerson, who worked in Ohio during the 2004 presidential campaign, left his job […]Full Story... →
Help Stephanie become a map changer. She is in the finals of the Mark Warner list build…ahum, Map Changers contest. The finalists already received $5,000 and the gran prize winner gets a fundraiser with Governor Warner. Stephanie is trailing at the moment and is the only Ohio candidate on the list. Let’s get busy! Put up a testimonial while you are there as well!
More some fun with her opponent, check out the “This Old House” post.
…and listen for Stephanie on the next Plunderbund Podcast – it’s coming, I […]Full Story... →
statement via email:
Strickland & Blackwell Campaigns
Joint Statement on Debates
Columbus, Ohio – The Ohioans for Blackwell and Strickland for Governor campaigns today offered the following joint statement in regards to the 2006 gubernatorial debates:
“The Strickland for Governor and Ohioans for Blackwell campaigns have met three times over the past few weeks in a good faith effort to coordinate gubernatorial debates. Both sides have compromised, and we have agreed upon mutual venues and dates to hold four debates, one each in Youngstown, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland.
Both campaigns expressly agreed that a Cleveland debate be sponsored […]Full Story... →