Democratic Secretary of State candidate Maryellen O’Shaughnessy snapped this picture of roughly 700 University of Cincinnati students listening to Congressman Steve Driehaus during the ODP’s Coordinated Campaign’s bus stop in Cincinnati.
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Looks like this weekend went very well.Full Story... →
And John Kasich already has a preview for his knockoff–“Wall Street: Outsourcing Never Stops.”
First, Kasich tries to pass himself off as a knock off of Ted Strickland, now Gordon Gekko.Full Story... →
Kasich began the week with a new ad on education—something that seemed incredibly off-message on a campaign that has said it is focused exclusively on jobs and on an issue that Democrats traditionally win. Kasich has not announced any concrete plan for education, which made the decision to do an ad on education even more bizarre. That, including with Kasich’s comments about scrapping Gov. Strickland’s evidence-based model, lead to a week of headlines across Ohio that Kasich’s education plan would result in higher property taxes across the State. Not exactly the kind of headlines the Kasich campaign was hoping […]Full Story... →
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