Write Jon Husted to express your support

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has stepped in to attempt to clean-up the mess that is the Lucas County Board of Elections. Without regard for political preference, we should all be outraged by the incompetence of our County election officials and worried about the validity of the election process.

We may disagree on issues and candidates, but the one thing we must all be assured of is an ability to hold a fair election with verifiable results. This cannot be done with the current cast of incompetents (from both parties) on the Lucas County BOE.

I would encourage you to email Secretary Husted and indicate that you are concerned about the practices of the BOE.

You can email him at:


If you would like, please feel free to copy and paste the following message to send to Mr. Husted:

As a resident of Lucas County, I am writing in support of Secretary Husted's actions to intervene in the activities of the Lucas County Board of Elections. This group has proven to be incompetent and dysfunctional. It threatens the opportunity for Lucas County residents to participate in a fair election.

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take over all aspects of Toledo !

We citizens have been under one party tyranny & Fascism, for so long, local Dims, commit felonies that no one in the Judiciary cares about at all !

The only ones prospering are D-politicians, their D-servants, and their D-constituents !

The only good thing about that is, that the local D's, are given the same horrible roads to travel on, the same crumbling & neglected infrastructure to maintain at unionized costs , and of course, in academic crisis schools, for their spawns to edify nothing at !

http://www.wspd.com/cc-common/podcast/single_page.html?podcast=Fred It's the interview I did with Tim Ide this morning, a former BOE employee. He was asked to do illegal things by Stainbrook and Meghan. Listen and learn.

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