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Ohio's Gov. Taft Has Virtually No Approval Rating Thursday, December 01, 2005

Hat tip to the WashingtonRox. She saw the numbers of Ohio's governor Taft has hit a new low on approval ratings. His rating has dropped to 6.5%. At this rate, anyone could run against Taft and win. So...anyone want the job?

In all seriousness, Taft has been burying himself for quite sometime. He's been at the bottom of the barrel and continues to fall further down the line. I know I've got a few northern Kentucky readers as well. What're your thoughts on this situation. Do the Democrats have anyone to throw up against Honest Bob Taft there.


posted by Stithmeister @ 12:17 PM
 
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At 2:18 PM, Blogger kydemocrat said...
Ha ha! Poor Taft. He is so un-liked. I follow Cincinnati politics a little. I wish someone like Paul Hackett would run for governor. Or even one of Cincinnati's former mayors. They are always Democrats. Charlie Luken? Roxanne Qualls? ANYONE!!!
 

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At 4:45 PM, Blogger Daedalus said...
Unfortunately, the state voted for Dubya, so they just might not get it that they need to change that R to a D.
 

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