primary

Information most relevant to inform voters about the upcoming Mar 6 2012 Primary in OH-10

Tuesday,  April 23, 2013. the League of Women Voters is holding a mayoral candidates’ night at St. Paul’s, 239 Wayne Ave., at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Apr. 25, 2013  Linden Heights Community Council is hosting a candidates’ night at St. Anthony School cafeteria, 825 Creighton Ave.- but enter the school off Bowen St., at 7 p.m. […]

For those of you who believed, thank you. For those of you who encountered me with an open mind for the first time, thank you. For those who visited this site to learn about the candidates- you’re welcome. To the Montgomery County Democratic Party, the State Democratic Party, the AFL-CIO and to Sherrod Brown- stay […]

The League of Women Voters has an amazing tool online to tell you where your polling place is. http://www.vote411.org/pollfinder.php It works nationally, but on Super Tuesday, March 6, 2012, if you live in Ohio, the polls are open from from 6:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. Many of our polling places in Montgomery County have changed. […]

This is my site. If you want to learn everything about me, my positions, see my videos, you are going to need to look at more than just this post. I’ve been posting almost daily since 2005. There are over 1,900 posts and over 18,000 comments. For this election, I’ve done my best to keep […]

From the Dayton Daily News voters guide All candidates were asked to answer these same 2 questions: Sharen Swartz Neuhardt Website: www.neuhardtforcongress.com Bio: Life-long Ohioan, daughter of a Dayton policeman, granddaughter of a city firefighter. Grew up in Northwest Dayton, attended Dayton public schools, graduated from Northwestern University and Georgetown law school, and returned to […]

As an advertising professional, (I own The Next Wave, an ad agency) I am a big fan of outdoor advertising. Billboards, bus sides, vehicle wraps, building graphics and even street chalking. When companies use these techniques, they think about their brand image, their long-term perception and it’s typically part of a long-term awareness strategy- they […]

I invited 35,000 of you to come to the League of Women Voters’ event tonight via a robo-call. It’s a technology I find offensive, and I apologize profusely for intruding into your homes with a 30-second call. It’s not my preferred way of campaigning, but, since I don’t have everyone’s email addresses (and there is […]

Tonight at 6 p.m. the League of Women Voters is having a candidates’ night at Stivers School of the Arts. We may even see Mike Turner there for the first time, and maybe Edward Breed as well. Unfortunately, we can also look forward to seeing Sharen Neuhardt say the exact same thing over and over […]

There is a local election for Congress, where 9 citizens are challenging the incumbent. These 9 people have been attending events, speaking, campaigning for almost 2 months. We’ve not seen a TV camera yet. The incumbent, Mike Turner, pops into town to sign something, to announce something- he always gets a TV camera or a […]

I’ve not posted my complete profile of Sharen Neuhardt yet. Partially, because she hasn’t bothered to put together a website (www.neuhardtforcongress.com is a one page press release) and she hasn’t distributed any literature. Her campaign speech is mindless drivel (video coming tomorrow night). Her entire speech is: I was born in Dayton My father was […]