Posted Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Democrat Betty Sutton has served the 13th congressional district since 2006, and the Akron Beacon Journal says she's starting to get pretty good at the job. Her Republican opponent disagrees. Dave Potter accuses her of working harder for her campaign donors than for her constituents. On The Sound of Ideas®, you'll have your chance to grill the major party candidates vying for the chance to represent a district stretching from the shores of Lake Erie to the southern edge of Summit County. Join us tomorrow morning at nine on 90.3.
"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.
Upcoming Candidates' Forums:
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), October 14, 2008
16th Congressional District: Boccieri(D) v. Schuring(R), October 22, 2008
13th Congressional District: Sutton(D)* v. Potter(R), October 29, 2008
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