Our local Ogden outlets give us editorials on Ohio State Park Week but nothing on the election
It looks like Trump's endorsement of J.D. Vance may have made a difference. Here’s the most recent poll:
If the Ohio Republican primary election for U.S. senator were held today ...
J.D. Vance 23%
Josh Mandel 18%
Mike Gibbons 13%
Matt Dolan 11%
Jane Timken 6%
Neil Patel 1%
Mark Pukita 1%
Wouldn't vote (vol.) 1%
. . .
Hey Intelligencer, instead of publishing month-old Ohio editorials, why not keep us up to date with Ohio’s Republican senatorial primary?
Racism, Trump-worship, and endless clichés
So yesterday, we learned that Mexicans caused his mother’s addiction:
Are you a racist? pic.twitter.com/Fdknxld39i— J.D. Vance (@JDVance1) April 5, 2022
To quote J.D. Vance: Are you a racist?
And this is how other countries judge us?
JD Vance: "A lot of countries look at . . .
The Wheeling Intelligencer gives us a near-daily diet of recycled, months-old Ohio editorials but ignores the good stuff: Ohio's Republican primaries
From Friday's Republican debate for the U.S. Senate nomination, here are the two frontrunners, Josh Mandel and Mike Gibbons doing more than debating:
This is not an episode of Jerry Springer. It’s tonight’s Ohio Republican Senate debate.
“You’re dealing with the wrong guy,” Mandel says to Gibbons before calling him a “pussy.” . . .
That’s a high bar but today’s editorial on Ohio’s Keith Faber deserves some consideration for that honor
This morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer editorial tells us:
Faber Serves Ohio Well
As it is written, the editorial makes little sense
“Faber” is Keith Faber, Auditor for the state of Ohio. However, the first two-thirds of the editorial is about Kathleen McGuiness, Faber's counterpart in Deleware, who . . .
Because you probably don’t get enough of them from our Wheeling, West Virginia paper
Today’s Wheeling Intelligencer had its usual Monday editorial on Ohio state government – this one dealt with that state’s budget for the next year. (Not to be undone, the afternoon paper had a similar editorial.) (Look for a Jefferson County garbage dump editorial later this week.) The paper also featured a story that (with picture) took-up . . .
From the Associated Press:
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and four others were arrested Tuesday in a $60 million federal bribery probe, a person briefed on the investigation confirmed.https://t.co/9ZWQ6P19q8— Michael Tackett (@tackettdc) July 21, 2020
Who is Larry Householder? Here is how he . . .
Turnpike fees and a Kasich veto
Turnpike fees are going up
Yes, that's what Ogden's state news reporter, Steven Allen Adams, tells us on the front page of this morning's Wheeling Intelligencer:
Turnpike Tolls To Rise In 2019
Adams and the Intelligencer are a bit late to this story, however. Here is the AP report from June 7 . . .