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As Ohio Goes...

WaPo's Chris Cillizza wonders if the GOP have run away with Ohio. According to Quinnipiac, it seems likely:

The Q poll showed former Rep. John Kasich (R) leading Gov. Ted Strickland (D) by 17 points and former Rep. Rob Portman (R) ahead of Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher (D) by 20.

CNN/Time survey and internal polling from the Strickland campaign put the numbers a bit tighter. But when polls show that California, Washington and Wisconsin are up for grabs, Ohio is pretty much in the bag for Republicans.

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Chickens, counting, hatching ... etc.

Nevertheless, the signs seem to indicate a vast sense of discouragement and disappointment with the current power structure.

Let us hope we see a "change" that results in renewal.

My Portman magnetic campaign stickers keep disappearing from the back of car when I park at the community college. Still, no one has replaced it with a Fisher sticker and I haven't seen one of those on car, yet.

Yard signs (if any sign) seem to be mostly for Republicans. Although I did see an Obama sign in a yard with other signs for Democrats. Is he running?

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