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The Democratic Monarchy of Montgomery County Endorsed Dirty Money tonight

Apparently Chairman Mark Owens, who can’t raise money and can’t beat an upstart like Gary Leitzell despite a 6-to-1 cash advantage plus incumbency, directed his private top-secret screening committee to back Sharen “dirty money” Neuhardt. The reason “she’s a proven fundraiser and can beat Mike Turner” according to Chairmen Mark. First off, Turner already has Read More

Tonight on the campaign trail: Montgomery County Dems and a Fayette County forum

Tonight, the Montgomery County Democratic Party will do what amounts to an undemocratic thing: they will screen the congressional candidates and possibly give an endorsement. I always thought that we had primaries to do this, but I should know by now, the Montgomery County Dems depend on a large number of voters who call in Read More

Seth Morgan still believes in the people

Seth Morgan, R., Huber Heights, and I don’t agree on much politically- but right now, he’s my hero. When Mary Taylor hooked her political future on the John Kasich for Governor band wagon, it left an opening for State Auditor. Rep. Morgan thought he was qualified to do the job and announced his intention to Read More

How I lost respect for Judge A.J. Wagner

I was collecting signatures door-to-door tonight on Stonemill Road. Lots of city employees over that way. Some very nice people. Then I knocked on Judge AJ Wagner’s door. According to the voter registration list, there are 5 registered voters that live there (and only 2 are named Wagner- does this make it an illegal rooming Read More

Democrats hold secret meetings in Cleveland too.

Apparently the concept of “Representative Democracy” is practiced in Cleveland just like it is in Dayton- with “self-selected” representatives making decisions on who should be our representatives. Media and at least one Democratic activist were removed and blocked from InterContinental Hotel property Monday night while retired Congressman Louis Stokes and Mayor Frank Jackson and a Read More

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