E.J. Dionne has a wonderful piece in the Washington Post today about his interview with our Governor. It starts like this:
My interview with Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland was delayed for a reason that explains why this Democrat is so popular in a state that was once considered a Republican bastion.
In the course of his travels on Saturday, Strickland discovered that a farm in a heavily Republican area near Cincinnati was celebrating its 200th anniversary as a family-run operation. The governor decided that he had to drop by and chat with some folks who probably didn’t vote for him. Strickland is one Democrat who tries to leave no Republican behind.
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