Some big-name pundits are starting to talk about electoral college predictions, as Glenn Beck weighs in with a 321-217 Romney romp.
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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is out with a new advert in Ohio called “Who Will Do More?” — a defense of his position on the GM and Chrysler auto bailouts. “Who will do more for the auto industry,” the ad begins, the optics an allusion to the days when the Detroit Three were running … Continue Reading →
Columbus, Ohio – A drive across the battleground state of Ohio last weekend revealed a fall political landscape in full bloom – from colorful local races to dark scars of a divisive presidency. “Lawless for Sheriff” read lawn signs across Pickaway County, Ohio, just south of the Ohio beltway. Of all public offices, Independent Jason … Continue Reading →
Mitt Romney has wasted months trying to get people to like him. The key to winning lies solely in the debates. Not his heart aching for jobless people.
Adding to my post on Romney’s false accusations against Obama and the Republicans ongoing campaign to prevent Democrats, and especially minorities who vote Democratic, from exercising their right to cast a ballot, here’s another tactic Republicans use to suppress Democratic voters: Now, in heavily Democratic cities like Cleveland, Columbus, Akron and Toledo, early voting hours … Continue Reading →
There have been 641 cases of municipal bankruptcy since Chapter 9 was created. Not all of them are cities that are minority-majority cities. There is no Gary, Ind., Cleveland, Ohio, or Detroit, Mich., story to tell. There is no white flight or moving out of business and losing of the tax base. Cities can’t do … Continue Reading →
The first thing I think of on Martes Gigante is how many delegates are at stake. 437 soft-serve delegates are up for grabs in 10 states, and the big state to watch is Ohio. While former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum carried a lead in the Buckeye State prior to Michigan and Arizona, lots of polls … Continue Reading →