Lee Fisher’s attempt to sweep the newspaper endorsements failed.

Despite the fact that they note that Fisher is pulling away from Brunner in polling, the editorial board of the Cincinnati Enquirer endorsed Brunner:

But we think Democratic voters ought to give feisty underdog Brunner a good look in this race as well. She has shown resilience and policy-making skill as secretary of state, a difficult post on which both parties exert great pressure. We haven’t agreed with some of her decisions on election policy, but she has stood her ground credibly on reforms and has worked out some snags in the voting process. Her ability to work with people of divergent views, while holding true to her liberal roots, shows she could be effective in the Senate, where she’d like to join her mentor, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio.

You know what the editorial board of the Cincinnati Enquirer just showed?

(Come on, you know you wanna say it with me….)


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  • anastasiap

    And Jennifer is showing us every day that if the establishment's money and influence hadn't closed ranks around Lee Fisher, she wouldn't BE the underdog. Fisher is being propped up by a money and insider advantage that will be neutralized if he wins the primary becuase then that edge will flow toward Portman in a big way. You think the Cinci Enquirer won't endorse Portman for the general? Of course they will ? and so will every newspaper that has endorsed Fisher. You can count on it.

  • Hey guys,
    FYI: Im going to post another daily kos diary tomorrow am for JB. Don't know what the title will be but will let you know when its up. Would appreciate comments.

    Tim, will have a small donation, shoe leather and my keyboard ready for you end of next week. Have to recover from this effort for JB.

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