George's quick work: Death of Republican Ohio and the Reagan coalition

Ohio decided the 2004 Presidential election by voting for Bush.

It is remarkable to read the set of poll’s on Tuesday’s state-wide Ohio votes. The Columbus Dispatch boldy reports:

The numbers have looked good for the Democrats through much of the campaign. Now, days from the election, they look staggering. A strong turnout on Tuesday might be the GOP’s only hope.

In the Gubernatorial race, they have the Democrat Strickland ahead by a breathtaking 36 percentage points!

In the Senate race, they have the Democrat ahead by 24.

It is a extraordinary turnaround from the 2004 situation when Ohians backed Bush despite (some say because of!) the pleas of Lady Longford, John Le Carre and other Guardian letter-writers.

This chimes in with another report that the Reagan coalition of voters, a 30 year movement, has been destroyed by Bush in two years.

Nice one Dubya!

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George’s quick work: Death of Republican Ohio and the Reagan coalition

Ohio decided the 2004 Presidential election by voting for Bush.

It is remarkable to read the set of poll’s on Tuesday’s state-wide Ohio votes. The Columbus Dispatch boldy reports:

The numbers have looked good for the Democrats through much of the campaign. Now, days from the election, they look staggering. A strong turnout on Tuesday might be the GOP’s only hope.

In the Gubernatorial race, they have the Democrat Strickland ahead by a breathtaking 36 percentage points!

In the Senate race, they have the Democrat ahead by 24.

It is a extraordinary turnaround from the 2004 situation when Ohians backed Bush despite (some say because of!) the pleas of Lady Longford, John Le Carre and other Guardian letter-writers.

This chimes in with another report that the Reagan coalition of voters, a 30 year movement, has been destroyed by Bush in two years.

Nice one Dubya!

George's quick work: Death of Republican Ohio and the Reagan coalition

Ohio decided the 2004 Presidential election by voting for Bush.

It is remarkable to read the set of poll’s on Tuesday’s state-wide Ohio votes. The Columbus Dispatch boldy reports:

The numbers have looked good for the Democrats through much of the campaign. Now, days from the election, they look staggering. A strong turnout on Tuesday might be the GOP’s only hope.

In the Gubernatorial race, they have the Democrat Strickland ahead by a breathtaking 36 percentage points!

In the Senate race, they have the Democrat ahead by 24.

It is a extraordinary turnaround from the 2004 situation when Ohians backed Bush despite (some say because of!) the pleas of Lady Longford, John Le Carre and other Guardian letter-writers.

This chimes in with another report that the Reagan coalition of voters, a 30 year movement, has been destroyed by Bush in two years.

Nice one Dubya!