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  • Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal





    Sunday, October 24, 2004

    Other ponderables on endorsement Sunday 

    Howard Fineman of Newsweek recognizes that Ohio is ``The Next Florida'' in his continuing series from the swing state of swing states...Chris Suellentrop's Slate ``On the Trail'' column would lead a person to wonder if President Bush has given up on Ohio (I don't think so)...Even the Wall Street Jounral knows that Ohio's joblessness could sway the state's 20 electoral votes...When Election Day finally arrives, 73 percent of Ohioans will be using the archaic punch-card ballots so watch your hanging chads...If your vote depends on the candidates' views on homeland security and the war in Iraq, the Dayton Daily News'J Jim DeBrosse has put together something you might want to consider...Doug Oplinger goes to voters to consider safety issues in the Akron Beacon Journal, and Associate Editor Michael Douglas takes a different look at the war on
    terrorism, one based on history of another ``phony war''...Dan Balz concludes in the Washington Post that ``the composition of the electorate, perhaps more than its size, is the crucial unknown heading into the final week of campaigning''...Akron Beacon Journal columnist David Giffels knows at least one segment of the electorate, the antique shoppers in Bolivar...And finally, here is the rest of the story on one of Sen John Kerry's great lines from his Columbus speech supporting scientific thinking, including stem cell research. Turns out the ``candle'' line is from President Bush's 2000 campaign against Al Gore.

    - Steve Love

    posted by Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal at 11:24 AM



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