Maybe the problem in the last election was Romney, or maybe we can attribute the elections results to other things.
Could be. Some democrats argue the same thing, they just change the slant of the writing.
Some simple facts about Ohio IMO.
1) It has too many counties. 88 counties makes sense when the mode of transportation is horse.
2) Point #1 isn’t directly related to elections but is indirectly when one starts to think about jurisdiction/address. To make a larger point Ohioans are much more mobile than they used to be.
3) Wood county is inflated mainly because of BGSU, a lot of college students register to vote. Wood county is also growing slightly faster than the rest of Ohio. along its northern border it has the better part of the “Toledo Sprawl” if you count Perrysburg/Northwood/Rossford or the metro-statistical area. Wood county is one of those counties that one just moves thru mostly via 75.
4) Lawrence County is practically uninhabited, and its population has declined since 1980…it has no 75, no University. It is probably a great place to hunt (in the traditional sense as well) but also if you want to find dead folks on the voting rolls. But does Lawrence County really have the money to support its county infrastructure…or would this be a great example of a county that could be combined? (I think so).
Kathrine, this may mean that I can no longer describe the average, American voter as a moron or idiot! We, actually, may have already voted our Kenyan-Marxist president out of office.
Hey, the commie-Dems can add ‘voter fraud’ to their party’s platform right beside killing babies and ‘death panels.’
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Truth? I don’t know, but after the news of the last few weeks and the building certainty that these folks, especially Holder, are capable of just about anything and without conscience, I can no longer say, “Don’t be silly!”
BTW, met some really interesting militia guys from Lawrence County back in the 90′s at a gathering of the Ohio Militia. Even the Federal snarks were intimidated by them.
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