Seventy-five days until the Nov. 4 statewide election and I have a skip in my step.
Eric Cantor, an obvious career politician, thought he had his campaign wrapped up, but lost. That gave the Bo Huenke campaign for Ohio state representative determined energy.
The 66,000 voters in Allen County should realize what they will inherit if they once again pencil in my opponent, a career politician, for state representative. There are 40,000 noncommitted voters in Allen County registered as independent for a reason. They purposefully made their claim to be independent and should be aware that another lobbyist-friendly career politician could inherit yet another political position.
Do not make that mistake, independents, vote for Bo Huenke as state representative in District 4, and you will not have to regret your vote later.
Career politicians should be changed just like our socks. The middle class has no chance to expand when a career politician sides with major corporations in his legal profession and in his legislative conduct.
We have seen the middle class shrink most dramatically in the last four years with Ohio having the GOP as a majority in the House, Senate and governor’s office. They promote their vicious political circle of shifting the tax burden, creating a deficit, blaming the government, defunding the government and then repeating the cycle. The GOP has been hijacked by the tea party, major political donors, and corporations. There is no compromising in the state at any level and to side with Bob Cupp as a moderate is a futile attempt to bargain with the executioner.