Posted Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Election Day has come and voters across the region are deciding who will represent them locally, at the Statehouse and in Congress. Cuyahoga County voters choose the first county executive and council. On The Sound of Ideas Wednesday, we'll spend the morning making sense of the results. Who are the new faces? What ideas carried the day? How has the political landscape changed? And which school districts will need to retool and reload for another run at a levy? A post-election ‘what happened and why’ at 9:00 a.m. on 90.3.
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This was shades of 1948. makes me think of the Dixiecrats. They did not last, either, except for escalation of racial discord. The right is now saying the president should reach out to them when from the day after the 2008 elecetion per rush’s edit, do not let anything this man wants to do succeed. Let everything fail. Do not cooperate. NOW they say they want to cooperate? John McCain said it best, he knew this would happen, the backlash against a black president. He also said, if it had been any other president, no one would have said a thing. If this president were to give every American their taxes, they would not go along. I do not believe them.
Can you explain more in depth The County Executive Job? Is this a full time position or will Ed Fitzgerald just appoint the board and take a back seat?
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