Saturday, August 7, 2010
VIDEO: PART 5 - "BATTLE OF THE TODDS" CONTINUES; BOSLEY ACCUSES SNITCHLER OF FAVORING LEGISLATION THAT WOULD RESULT IN "LESS" SUPERVISION OF SEX OFFENDERS & FOR THE DISMISSAL OF 18,000 PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS?
WHBC's ("Points to Ponder") Hour 2 of the "Battle of the Todds" (Republican incumbent Todd Snitchler - Lake and Democrat challenger Stark County Commissioner Todd Bosley - Marlboro) got "hot."
Because he signed on as a cosponsor of House Bill 400 (which provides for a income tax phaseout over 10 years), Todd Bosley is accusing Todd Sntichler of favoring the loss of 18,000 Ohio teacher jobs, the loss of many, many fire and police jobs and and the relaxation of supervision of convicted sex offenders.
As readers of the SCPR will see in the accompanying video below, the Bosley charge got Snitchler HOT! The two are vying to be the state representative in Ohio's 50th House District.
Snitchler explains why he signed on as a cosponsor of HB 400. However, that is not a place he wants to be in this campaign (on the defensive).
Just wait until the campaign literature starts flowing.
Wouldn't surprise the SCPR if there is charge after charge after charge filed with the Ohio Ethics commission (from both sides) when the literature shows up in the mailboxes of 50th District residents.
By the time election day rolls around, Stark Countians will be shaking their heads in amazement when reflecting on the "down and dirty" nature of the campaign.
Bosley is having his fun now, but The Report expects the Snitchler campaign to get rolling on its "Taxing Todd BOSLEY" probably somewhere right after Labor Day. It likely will feature surrogates attacking Bosley, while Snitchler himself will appear to take the high road.
Watch this compelling segment video of the appearance on WHBC's "Points to Ponder." Well known radio personality and local celebrity Ron Ponder is the host!