Monthly Archives: August 2006

Local blogs

Posting from Lew’s office… here’s a link to the PD of local blogs. You’ll see Pho and Redhorse(Psychobillydem) are there. PD list of blogs Plunderbund has a video (from Crooks and Liars) of former Congressional candidate Paul Hackett taking the … Continue reading

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Ohio confirms it: Taft ranks 50th among Governors

In a SurveyUSA poll released yesterday, Ohio Governor Bob Taft (R) ranks at the very bottom in approval numbers. What is most surprising is Taft’s relative strength amongst 18-34 year olds… pulling in an astonishing 24% approval rating (though 69% … Continue reading

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MTB: Tim Ryan (OH-17)

Tim Ryan, the current US Representative serving Ohio’s 17th district, was kinda enough to meet with the MTB crew (+ me) this afternoon at one in Akron’s beautiful CafĂ© Momus. Gloria Ferris, Pho, Redhorse, Terra, among several others were in … Continue reading

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Fundraising calls

I appreciate the role that people making fundraising calls fill, I truly and deeply do. I also understand all of the stress that goes into making calls and the need to really squeeze money out. But when I say I’m … Continue reading

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Lew Katz

Meeting Lew today. This should be fun.

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Joementum… loses.

U.S. Senate – – Dem Primary 745 of 748 Precincts Reporting – 99.60% Name Party Votes Pct Lamont, Ned Dem 146,061 51.78 Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 136,042 48.22 The former Vice-Presidential candidate for his party and Presidential candidate has lost … Continue reading

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Ney withdraws from House race: OH-18

Current US Representative Bob Ney (R, OH-18) has opted to withdraw from his re-election race, though not resigning from Congress. State Senator Joy Padgett has been asked to run against the Democratic nominee, Dover Law Director Zach Space. More info:Cleveland … Continue reading

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