We are now less than two weeks out from primary day here in Ohio, and with incumbents Obama and Sherrod Brown running in the top-ticket races, there’s been little drama for Dems to participate in.
Unless you live in Columbus.*
I’m actually kind of amazed that this blockbuster battle has generated so little heat and so little light. For Pete’s sake, this is a Democratic primary in which an African American woman who has been elected multiple times to city council for the largest city in Ohio, in a district with a sizable African-American population, could come in fourth.
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The Republican primary process thus far has been a boon to those of us who want to see Barack Obama elected to a second term. By boon, I mean about as well as it could go absent a Sarah Palin veep pick type calamity. In fact, that is what is happening. The GOP appears to be in a struggle with itself and may again hand an election to Barack Obama.
The latest TPM poll average shows Romney falling below 40% against Obama:
Given that Santorum seems to be fading fast after last night’s debate, it looks like […]Full Story... →