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  • Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal





    Monday, October 18, 2004

    Ohio voices heard far and wide 

    George M. McKelvey, Youngstown's mayor, is at it again. He addresses in the Boston Globe his reasons for becoming the Democratic poster boy for President Bush in the resoundingly Democratic Mahoning Valley. McKelvey says among a series of swing
    voters who have swung
    that he is voting for the president to ``provide a safer future for all of our children and grandchildren.'' He also warns: Senator kerry, ohio is still in America, and in Ohio, Hollywood leftists do not represent our values, our heart, or our soul.'' Besides McKelvey, two other Ohioans are featured - Kristin Whitaker of Columbus who says, ``The Democrats are nicer people. No more years!'' Then there is Don Lair of Worthington, an Ohioan who knows his Texans, and says he won't be voting for the president ``because, unlike his father and Reagan, he is, as we say in my native Texas, all hat and no cowboy.''

    posted by Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal at 9:25 AM



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