It appears that 3 candidates are now battling for attention:
Rob Portman will be in Toledo tomorrow afternoon at Tony Packo’s on Front Street about 5 pm. To announce his run for the US senate seat currently held by Senator George Voinovich.
ROB PORTMAN LAUNCHES STATEWIDE ANNOUNCEMENT TOUR
Cincinnati, OH - Rob Portman will launch a statewide tour on Wednesday to announce his interest in seeking Senator George Voinovich’s U.S. Senate seat. Senator Voinovich recently announced that he will not be seeking a third term in 2010.
A prominent Democrat will be announcing support of Jim Moody's mayoral candidacy this evening, 1/13/2009.
Also at this event, Jim will be outlining his plan for restoring many of Toledo's neighborhoods.
Jim Moody will be making the second of his mayoral candidacy announcements at the Sullivan Center on the campus of the GESU Campus. The Campus is located at the corner of Bancroft and Parkside. There he will be addressing REIA, a group of small business men and women.
The announcement will begin promptly at 7:20 p.m.
1/14 - Remarks
Moody's Remarks- Toledo REIA 1/13/2009
Moody Opens Campaign Headquarters
The Moody for Mayor campaign committee officially will open its new headquarters and will move into 5166 Monroe Street, Suite 306, Toledo, this Wednesday, January 7th.
Candidate Jim Moody will be making his official announcement for Mayor on January 13th, 2009
"This is an important step on offering Toledoans a serious and successful campaign," said Moody.
According to Moody, more than 50 volunteers have already signed up to assist with the campaign.
I love the latest piece by Ann Coulter in Human Events. Some highlights:
Sarah Palin wins HUMAN EVENTS’ prestigious “Conservative of the Year” Award for 2008 for her genius at annoying all the right people. The last woman to get liberals this hot under the collar would have been … let's see now … oh, yeah: Me!
Joe now has a book:
Blade has a detailed writeup of his book:
'Joe' pens memoir on his life, his dream
Like the two men whose campaigns for president he influenced with his unexpected step upon the national political stage, Joe the Plumber has published a book about his life.
Joe the Plumber Pens Memoir
Doesn't it seem really crazy that someone we've never heard of or seen since she was a little girl at her father's funeral should now be set for a senate appointment to HRC's NY seat? This country loves its celebrities and its politicians, o.k. But to get a national seat without any qualifications except that your name ends in Kennedy? Sounds undemocratic to me. And like royalty.
Most Catholics voted for Obama. The
Sunday before Thanksgiving, millions of Catholics will again be putting
in their church's collection plate their annual donation to what the
pre-printed envelope calls "Campaign for Human Development: The
Catholic Church working to end poverty and injustice.
Ok, I didn't see this result until today . This guy has a big resume .
Ya , this Chris is from the garden state
Ok, while this is not a mainstream news source, if it is true, we may not heard the end of Obama's birth certificate bruhaha.
This is some positive perspective on the election results
They say the voters are never wrong, and that is certainly the case with the Sylvania merger issue. In this instance the status quo is pretty good. Both Sylvania governments are currently financially sound and providing similar services to their residents. My motivation in pursuing the merger was to secure lower real estate taxes for everyone in both jurisdictions and a lower earned income tax rate in the entire community.
At very bottom, see Obama's quote on 'changing light bulbs' and 'global warming'.
It's always amusing to see Republicans eat their own, but this is a sobering example of how we can thank the election gods McCain-Palin didn't win and didn't deserve to:
I was at a carryout on S.
Which should have been titled:
Sylvania Takeover Goes Down In Flames
Mayor Craig Stough Hung in Effigy
But is actually: Issue can't return for at least 3 years
By ANGIE SCHMITT (email@example.com) BLADE STAFF WRITER
Barack Obama swept to victory as the nation's first black president Tuesday night in an electoral college landslide that overcame racial barriers as old as America itself. "Change has come," he told a huge throng of cheering supporters.