The fact that the American Legislative Exchange Council has disbanded its anti-voting-access task force will not dissuade Ohio Republicans who insist on assaulting the franchise.
ALEC, the Koch Brother-funded “model legislation” hook-up apparatus for conservative state legislators and multinational corporations—think MeetMe for plutocrats and their sycophants—scaled back their work on non-economic issues following the Trayvon Martin controversy.
ALEC, by the way, would prefer their model legislation not be referred to as such so much, as it counts itself among those “charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit” organizations that should not have to pay taxes for Full Story... →
First of all….nice touch, Mr. Chairman. This is how it’s done. Everyone gets kicked in the teeth, is feeling low, and the day after the election, the state chair is making calls to give folks a pep talk. Bravo. Someone tell Lee Fisher that.
Redfern basically echoed this post, to say this result was not as bad as it’s made out to be. (a post which I serendipitously published minutes before he called). To quote, “you know what the day after election day is? Wednesday.” Redfern said that the problem in 1994 was “institutional”, referring to how close ODP […]Full Story... →
…Is a tracker for the Lee Fisher campaign, by the campaign’s own admission.? He tried to follow Jennifer Brunner into the bathroom at the Marcia Fudge 11th CD Caucus meeting at John Adams High School, where all the county executive candidates were invited to debate.?? According to people on site, this created quite a scene, with an African American minister confronting the young man to ask if he worked for Lee Fisher, which the man would not answer.
Then….the tracker followed the Brunner campaign to the west side for a Beers for Brunner event […]Full Story... →