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    Poll: Many Rural Americans Struggle With Financial Insecurity, Access To Health Care

    by  • May 30, 2019 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    National Public Radio is out with a new poll underlining what tons of rural Ohioans have known for years now: Many rural Americans are struggling with financial insecurity and access to health care. And it’s an important datapoint as 2020 gets underway, and leftist cries about “economic anxiety” being code for “racism” get louder....

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    Fun with numbers: Kasich pretty popular with college kids, just not Republicans overall

    by  • April 26, 2019 • Uncategorized

    As rumors continue to swirl that President Trump antagonist and former Gov. John Kasich will throw his hat in the presidential ring, some interesting numbers are popping up about Kasich’s potential pathway to victory– or lack thereof. Data point #1: According to late March Morning Consult polling, Kasich would get 13 percent against Trump...

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    NHGOP cage match over Kasich versus Trump?

    by  • December 17, 2018 • Uncategorized

    It’s not exactly clear that many conservatives out there are interested in the potential primary match-up between President Trump and outgoing Ohio Gov. John Kasich. But apparently, some in New Hampshire are– and it’s causing quite the cage match brawl in the Granite State’s GOP apparatus. Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Apparently scaring the crap...

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    Cordray deploys wife to distract from #metoo, discrimination problems in record

    by  • October 29, 2018 • Uncategorized

    Ohio Democratic gubernatorial nominee Richard Cordray has recently taken to deploying his wife, Peggy, on the campaign trail in a possible effort to detract from #metoo and discrimination problems in his record that have been uncovered by Ohio conservative media in recent months. Joined by former Gov. Ted Strickland’s wife, Peggy Cordray recently took...

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    Could Issue 1 cripple Republicans down ballot?

    by  • September 14, 2018 • Uncategorized

    The presence of Issue 1 on Ohio’s November ballot could cripple Republicans down ballot, making it impossible for the party to withstand a blue wave except in the gubernatorial race. That is the worry being voiced by several GOP consultants across Ohio with less than 60 days to go until Election Day 2018. Ballotpedia...

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    Obama tries to dress Cordray up as an above-the-fray leader in Cleveland. But Cordray’s record shows something else.

    by  • September 14, 2018 • Uncategorized

    Yesterday, former President Barack Obama stumped for Democrat Richard Cordray in Cleveland.   But in the course of typical Obama-standard eloquent and articulate remarks, the former Commander-in-Chief seems to have glossed over a bunch of flaws in Cordray’s record that directly contradict Obama’s portrayal of him. In yesterday’s speech, Obama characterized Republicans as “try to pit one...

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