How perfect is this? A state leader with aspirations to be commander-in-chief rails against a lopsided, partisan system of legislative district map making he voted for then signed into law?
But that’s basic Kasich, complain about situation he was a key player in creating, and could have changed dramatically had he been as manipulative with it as has now been revealed he was with he and his administration’s behind-the-scenes efforts on budgeting and taking over Youngstown’s public school systems.
Governing At The Extremes
Ohio’s term-limited governor speaks about the state’s terribly gerrymandered districts as if he were an innocent bystander, […]Full Story... →
Iowa caucus voters start voting for president next year on Feb 1 with New Hampshire primary voters following eight days later on Feb. 9.
For the 13 Republicans jockeying for pole position in the demolition derby called the GOP primary season, only five of them—Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, real estate billionaire Donald Trump, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie—have any shot of taking on the Democratic nominee next year, according to an interactive match-up offered by Full Story... →
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