Here’s a picture I took yesterday at the Circleville Pumpkin Show…
I’ve seen these nice folks (from the Tea Party-inspired “Ohio Project“) at festivals all summer long trying to get their anti-healthcare petition signed. I’ll cover their ridiculously selfish and uninformed petition in more detail in another post. For now I just wanted to share this picture and quickly discuss the skewed logic of their endeavor.
At the Newark Strawberry Festival (which was probably one of the worst festivals I’ve ever attended in my entire life) the Ohio Project booth was appropriately located across from the vendor selling […]Full Story... →
On WKYC’s Between the Lines this morning, Bill Mason showed up with assistant prosecutor Dan Kasaris (weird. why?), and called the Scene story about his impending resignation “embarrassing”, saying there are no facts to support it. Not really a denial there, Bill. On the FBI investigation into the coroner’s office hiring of Strongsville councilman Pat Coyne, Mason sold his buddy Coyne down the river, threw him under the bus, ran over him in forward and then reverse, you name it, telling Tom Beres that all those other losers are “responsible for their own conduct.” Mason and Kasaris repeatedly defended their […]Full Story... →
Today, the Ohio Poll came out with it’s second poll in a week, this time for the Ohio Newspaper Organization.
Yep, that’s 49% to 47%. A week ago, the Ohio Poll claimed it was a 51%-43% race.
If you’re wondering, yes, part of the reason for the change is that the Ohio Poll slightly altered its likely voter model since the last Ohio Poll. However, the change really wasn’t significant. According to the Columbus Dispatch:
“Today’s poll shows Republicans outnumbering Democrats by 5 percentage points, with independents making up only 9 percent of […]Full Story... →