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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

DISCUSSION: IN VIEW OF OHIO'S ECONOMY PLUNGING, WHAT IS STRICKLAND'S LIKELIHOOD OF BEING RE-ELECTED?

Today Quinnipiac University (located in Connecticut) release a poll showing that 54% of Ohioans say Ted Strickland will be re-elected in November 2010.

Though still very respectable, 54% is a drop from the 60% that Strickland won by in 2006.

The STARK COUNTY POLITICAL REPORT (The Report) wants to know whether not this polling sentiment (54%) is shared by Stark Countians.

Watch the video of Strickland speaking to Stark Countians (in Canal Fulton) on October 26th.

Then come back to the poll which appears next and cast your vote as to whether or not you think Strickland will be re-elected in 2010.

1 comment:

STARK OBSERVATIONS said...

If the election were today, Strickland might have a rough time winning. He's accomplished virtually NONE of his major talking points from his last campaign. He's more than hinted he's interested in increasing taxes (change the Supreme Court ruling on food); and he's had his share of "antics" from other Dem's in office (Marc Dann, Jones-Kelly)

Of course, if the RNC puts another 28 year old on the ballot, he'll win by a landslide.