Posted Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Even while lawmakers are focused on a financial crisis, the business of electing new lawmakers continues. Democrat Dennis Kucinich faced one of the toughest primaries of his career this year, and now, he faces former state lawmaker Jim Trakas. Trakas says Kucinich has a bizarre political agenda, too far to the left of most Ohioans. Kucinich maintains his views are representative of the mainstream. On The Sound of Ideas®, you get to decide. Join us for a special candidates' forum at 9 am, on 90.3.
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An election is coming. Universal peace is declared and the foxes have a sincere interest in prolonging the lives of the poultry. ~T.S. Eliot
We’ve heard much about the Presidential election’s historical significance, but there are races of great importance to be decided November 4th right here in Northeast Ohio. You’re invited to join us for The Sound of Ideas® special Candidate Forums, on 90.3.
14th Congressional District: LaTourette(R)* v. O'Neill(D), September 17, 2008
10th Congressional District: Kucinich(D)* v. Trakas(R), October 1, 2008
Cuyahoga County Commissioner Seat: Jones(D)* v. Sutherland(R), October 6, 2008
Ohio Attorney General Race: Cordray(D) v. Crites(R), date to be decided
13th Congressional District: Sutton(D)* v. Potter(R), date to be decided
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