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May 03, 2006


by Nicholas Beaudrot of Electoral Math

Charlie Wilson (D-OH) won his write-in campaign to replace Ted Strickland in the OH-6 race. Wilson's inability to qualify for the primary ballot cost his campaign and the DCCC hundreds of thousands of dollars. Thankfully, it's at least over.

Meanwhile, who the heck is Zack Space, and does he have any chance to beat Bob Ney?

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I was chatting with the GOPMOM today, and she asked if i had vote. how does this happen i hear nothing about it till 5AM the next day?

Posted by: dan | May 3, 2006 5:00:04 AM

Zack Space?
Never heard of him, but I'd vote for him based on his name alone.

His site is zackspace.org, btw.

Posted by: shingles | May 3, 2006 11:04:18 AM

Jean Schmidt only squeezed through her primary as well. Which makes for an interesting race in OH-2, even if the Dem field was pretty fragmented.

Posted by: nick s | May 3, 2006 1:09:07 PM

Bob Ney got 68% of the vote in his primary. The opponent had raised a whopping $5000 and did no campaigning.

OH-18 GOPers want something else.

Posted by: Dr. Squid | May 3, 2006 2:43:17 PM

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