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Sunday, October 01, 2006

Liberal Ohio 2nd Blog claims Vic Wulsin NOT a "Serious" Candidate

By Nate Noy

Chris Baker over at the Ohio 2nd Blog has set parameters regarding what it takes to be a "serious" candidate by his standards.

He had the following to say:

"I’m thinking that a reasonable standard for any candidate to be taken seriously would be to get enough primary votes for your party to be greater than five percent of those who actually voted in the previous general election."

By his own liberal math Chris has invalidated Vic Wulsin as a serious candidate.

Let's look at the facts:

Results from Ohio Secretary of State Website

OH-2 Results from 2004 General:
Portman: 227,102 votes
Sanders: 89,598 votes
Condit: 60 votes
Total: 316,760 votes

OH-2 Results from 2006 D Primary
Wulsin: 10,455 votes


10,455 / 316,760 = 3.30%


Touché Chris.

Nate

2 Comments:

Blogger Ohio 2nd said...

Nimrod, read what I said again: "get enough primary votes for your party". In the last general how many votes did the Democrats get? The "party". What percentage is that of the overall votes.

8:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nathan, we all know she's not a for real candidate. But how does that help you to put yourself in the same spectrum? Also, I really thought maybe you had some sense, but then saw that you accepted the COAST endorsement. This troubles me. You should be seeing in the coming months or year that COAST will topple as Heimlich will lose, Brinkman after his term limits will be ousted from any public office, and that the Anderson Township fogies will continue to have no effect on any election.

Don't you realize that your "bombs" are nothing more than conspiracy theories and speculation and if you want people to start digging into your past (more than they have) than shut up and move on.

3:21 PM  

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