News Alert/For Immediate Release
Casino Petition to be Submitted
(Columbus, Ohio) On Tuesday, August 5th at 11 am at The Hyatt on Capitol
Square ( 75 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215), MyOhioNow.com will make an
announcement regarding the submission of signatures to the Ohio Secretary of
State that will place an initiative on the November 4th ballot for a
casino/resort in Ohio. Co-Founders of My OhioNow.com, Rick Lertzman and Dr. Brad
Pressman will be present to discuss the petition drive, the issue and the
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One more ridiculous photo op from Jesus-Moses-Mohammed-Buddha-Vishnu-Shiva-Barack Hussein Obama for his fanatic followers. Next stop? Probably the Vatican and then on to Iran and the Ayatollah.
This in via e-mail:
Toledo Campaign Headquarters
THURSDAY, JULY 24 at 5 pm
48 South Saint Clair
(next to Downtown Latte)
Rep. Barbara Sears has recently been endorsed by the Ohio Right to Life PAC. Here is a statement from the organization on July 16, 2008:
ZANESVILLE, OHIO -- Barack Obama pledged Tuesday to expand a controversial White House program that funnels federal money to religious charities, embracing a core piece of President Bush's legacy as he tries to win over Republican-leaning evangelical voters.
While you may say McCain is old, I don't think Obama or Kerry has ever song the song about Toledo. This story, which I mentioned last month or so, showed up in the New York Times today.
Barack Obama made history Tuesday night when he became the first African-American in U.S. history to clinch a major party's presidential nomination.
Barr is Libertarian nominee; he vows 'strongest ticket' in party's history. Former Georgia congressman Bob Barr, who used to be a Republican, today won the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination.
Whatever happened to Ron Paul's campaign, which seems to have disappeared? Here's one answer: the media in this country buried it. For a look at the power of media persuasion and its ability to focus our attention on whom they want us to look at, check out this clip of the relative popularity of the candidates from another perspective.
The former GOP congressman from Georgia accuses the government of irresponsible spending. He says McCain can't call himself a true conservative. Clinton and Obama campaign in West Virginia.
WASHINGTON -- Bob Barr, a former congressman from Georgia and a former Republican, today announced his candidacy for president as a Libertarian who would rein in federal spending and foreign wars.
This in from Real Clear Politics.com:
A footnote: Support is growing in Democratic ranks for Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland as vice president. He would bring to the ticket maturity (66 years old), experience (six terms in Congress) and moderation (rated "A" by the National Rifle Association). He is very popular in Ohio, a state Republicans must carry to elect a president.
Meet the MyOhioNow partner on Thursday 5/1
From the Wall Street Journal. Ok who taught McCain and Carly Fiorina? Fess up.
The campaign trail is perhaps a more spontaneous environment than Ms. Fiorina's executive past. Wednesday in Kentucky, she climbed aboard the "Straight Talk Express," and Sen. McCain quickly summoned her to sing "We're Strong for Toledo," a century-old song he had learned the night before.
Intelligent interview with candidate for mayor of Toledo. Keith Wilkowski says he wants to be mayor of the city of Toledo. Yes it's early at 18 months but don't expect tv spots or constant press conferences just yet. Wilkowski wants to build an organization and funds for the expected run. Listen to the interview on the podcast page at www.wspd.com later today.
Sen. McCain raised $400,00 at an event held at the Toledo Club Tuesday evening. What does this mean for the voter of average means? To me, it shows that Sen. McCain will not be as eager to represent the average person’s issues as president as he may claim during the campaign.
PITTSBURGH--Many computer scientists have been arguing for years that electronic voting machines absolutely must sport paper trails that can be verified by the voter and subsequently used in manual recounts.