General Election 2012 Wrap-Up

General Election 2012 Wrap-Up

The 2012 General Election was very successful for Democrats, particularly on the national level, as well as the state of Ohio, where President Barack Obama carried the state for the second-straight election, and voters re-elected Sherrod Brown to the United States Senate. One other Democrat to win statewide was William O’Neill, who was elected to the State Supreme Court.

On a local level, things did not turn out as well for Democrats. Betty Sutton fell to Jim Renacci in the race for the newly redrawn 16th …

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Obama & Democrats Lead American Economic Comeback

Obama & Democrats Lead American Economic Comeback

Despite inheriting the worst economic conditions since the Great Depression and a Republican Congress in the last two years that has not let a single piece of job legislation pass, President Obama and Democrats have created 5.4 million new private sector jobs. Again, how is a candidate who proposes the same ideas that created the economic downturn to being with (Mitt Romney) the right choice for President when we already have a President leading an economic comeback?

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Independent Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg Endorses President Obama

Why is this important? For two main reasons. First, Mayor Bloomberg is a former Republican who is now an Independent in the truest sense of the word — he takes positions strictly on how he views them personally. This renders ridiculous the notion that President Obama is unable to work with politicians from the center or center-right of the political spectrum. Second, Mayor Bloomberg is a billionaire who is right in the center of the financial world. Again, this dispels the notion that President Obama …

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The Case for Obama: Why He Is a Great President. Yes, Great.

Obama’s résumé of accomplishments is broad and deep, running the gamut from economic to social to foreign policy. The general thrust of his reforms, especially in economic policy, has been a combination of politically radical and ideologically moderate. The combination has confused liberals into thinking of Obamaism as a series of sad half-measures, and conservatives to deem it socialism, but the truth is neither. Obama’s agenda has generally hewed to the consensus of mainstream economists and policy experts. What makes the agenda radical is that, …

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Letter to the Editor

It has often been said {and written} that a person’s vote for a incumbent should be based on what he or she believes that candidate has done to benefit them personally. Well, for the first time in my 49 years on this planet I can honestly state that I personally benefited from the actions of President Barack Obama. Because of him I am a official HAMPster. It may have taken two and one-half years along with a lot of blood, sweat and tears {well maybe …

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Biden Trip to Wooster Cancelled Because of Hurricane Sandy

Tuesday’s scheduled campaign rally by Vice President Joe Biden at The College of Wooster has been cancelled. The Vice President will be staying in Washington, D.C. to monitor Hurricane Sandy.

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Sutton Endored By Major Newspapers

Betty Sutton has picked up the endorsement of three major newspapers in the OH-16 district:

Cleveland Plain Dealer: The Plain Dealer endorses Betty Sutton for Congress in the 16th Congressional District

Akron Beacon Journal: For the U.S. House: Betty Sutton in the 16th District

Cleveland Sun News: Betty Sutton gets the nod in the 16th Congressional District

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Former Astronaut & U.S. Senator John Glenn Endorses President Obama

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Romney Continues Serial Lying During Debate