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David Skolnick

Weekly columns from Vindicator politics writer David Skolnick:

Rep. Ryan’s decision to forgo race for Ohio governor not surprising; Dems lose well-known candidate

By David Skolnick |March 3rd, 2017

Despite his interest in running for governor, most political observers never expected U.S. Rep. Tim 

Black Dems in Y’town upset over embrace of only white candidates

By David Skolnick |February 24th, 2017

Race has been a political issue in Mahoning County, particularly in Youngstown, for years. It came 

President Trump signs coal bill, but it didn’t happen in the Valley

By David Skolnick |February 17th, 2017

As it turned out, President Donald Trump signed a bill Thursday that coal supporters say helps the 

Scramble is on to succeed judges who can’t run again due to age

By David Skolnick |February 10th, 2017

Once a judge in Ohio has been elected a couple of times, that person usually has a job for life. 

Large number of candidates for president of Youngstown council is today’s political head-scratcher

By David Skolnick |February 3rd, 2017

For a position that’s largely ceremonial, Youngstown council president garnered a lot of candidates. 

Area state Sen. Schiavoni laying foundation for a bid for governor

By David Skolnick |January 27th, 2017

In an effort to be the Democratic nominee for governor in 2018, Ohio Senate Minority Leader Joe 

Ryan gets key committee posts despite failing to topple Pelosi

By David Skolnick |January 20th, 2017

When U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan lost his bid to be House minority leader there was concern that Nancy 

Value of Kasich’s political stock continues to decline within GOP

By David Skolnick |January 13th, 2017

Lame-duck politicians typically don’t wield much power. But the past few months leaves people 

Mayor McNally’s criminal record may not hinder his re-election bid

By David Skolnick |January 6th, 2017

Being convicted of four criminal counts directly related to serving as a public official usually 

Ryan, Schiavoni among long, long list of potential Democratic candidates for governor in 2018

By David Skolnick |December 23rd, 2016

There is no shortage of potential 2018 Democratic candidates for governor, but some already seem 

Ohio Treasurer Mandel seeking a rematch with US Sen. Brown

By David Skolnick |December 9th, 2016

Sherrod Brown, the liberal U.S. senator facing re-election in 2018, has a target on his back. 

Rep. Ryan’s effort to lead House Democrats more bark than bite

By David Skolnick |December 2nd, 2016

U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan’s bid to be House minority leader was a curious political move. When he 

Former Niles Mayor Infante faces serious criminal charges relating to public corruption during tenure

By David Skolnick |November 18th, 2016

It’s not anyone’s place to convict someone before they are found guilty, but things certainly look 

Political history made Tuesday with Trump leading the pack

By David Skolnick |November 11th, 2016

There were many interesting results from a historical Election Day. Here are some of my 

Outcome of presidential election is difficult to predict, but Clinton likely won’t fare too well locally

By David Skolnick |November 4th, 2016

This is the most challenging presidential election to predict in my nearly three decades as a 


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