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View Diary: OH-02: Swift Boater Backs Down (132 comments)

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  •  Next governor of Ohio, maybe? (none)
    •  Hackett / Obama 2016 campaign victory (none)
      with the January inauguration having them on the podium shaking the hands of Clark / Clinton (okay, 2d name we can change) who are finishing their very successful second term with 63% favorable ratings, with 53 Democratic Senators, 249 Democratic (plus the two Green Party and three Independent) members in the House, and 32 states with Democratic governors.
    •  Strickland (next district over) (none)
      will be the next Governor of Ohio.  Good guy, very sincere (I've met him.) That's our next fight. And let's get someone to keep his (Strickland's) district Dem.  It may not be an easy hold; it's a rural area, next to WV.

      You fell victim to one of the classic blunders, the most famous of which is "Never get involved in a land war in Asia".

      by yellowdog on Thu Jul 28, 2005 at 04:07:25 PM PDT

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    •  Not likely (none)
      We already have two contenders for the nomination for governor: Michael Coleman, mayor of Columbus, and Congressman Ted Strickland, who was my rep until half of his home county was gerrymandered into OH-2. Both would make a decent run for it but I'm hoping it's Strickland.

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