Sherrod's Looking Good in the Polls

This is what Loyalty to an insane ideologue will getchya, Mike.

You can't support fascism in the United States. Not even for religious reasons. It'll simply bite ya in the backside come election day.

Whether Brown is a hekk of a lot better or not, isn't the question (I think he's better by a lot on Social Issues anyhow.) The fact that Ohioans don't like spying and lying from their President is what is gonna cost our Junior Senator his gig in the District.

If these numbers hold up come November, he will have earned his retirement from the Congress by not leading the charge against IDiocy in Public Office. It's kind of too bad because, despite some socially reactionary tendencies, this past year and a half have taught me that Mike DeWine isn't quite the villain I'd thought him before.

Live and Learn; one can hope...

Note the BIG BOLD bit (emphasis added by moi.) Now Blackwell IS a villain in my book. So Three Cheers for now! And let's hope it holds and grows!

A statewide poll released today reported that Sherrod is leading incumbent Republican Mike DeWine by 9 points in the race for the U.S. Senate in Ohio.

We are in such a strong position today thanks to all the hard work of people like you.

WKYC-TV in Cleveland reports:

"In an election for United States Senator from Ohio today, June 13, Democratic challenger Sherrod Brown ousts Republican incumbent Mike DeWine, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted for WCPO-TV Cincinnati, WKYC-TV Cleveland, and WYTV-TV Youngstown."

"Brown, who represents Ohio's 13th District in Congress, wins by 9 points, 48% to 39%. Brown gets 85% of Democrat votes. DeWine gets 73% of Republican votes. Brown wins by 14 points among Independents. Brown wins by 2:1 in Eastern Ohio."

These results clearly show Ohioans across the state want change. Ohio families are tired of the play-to-play system in Washington that runs unchecked by politicians like Mike DeWine.

Ohioans want new leadership that stands up for them, not for the special interests of oil, insurance, and pharmaceutical companies.

The poll also showed Rep. Ted Strickland leading Ken Blackwell by 16 points in the Ohio governor's race.

We are encouraged by the results of this latest statewide poll, but it is important to remember that the only poll that really counts is on Election Day.

We must continue to work hard in every part of the state. We can't take any vote for granted to win in November.

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Thank you for all that you do.


John W. Ryan
Campaign Manager


  1. Keep up the good work up there. I hope he can take the race. The Bush people really need to be checked. I am just afraid the Democrats are going to be too afraid to really put the clamps down on the criminoids. Feingold may be the exception.


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