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Will John Kasich make a good governor?

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Yes 45%
807
No 54%
963
1770 total votes

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1 valleyred (1098 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

He can't be ANY worse than the last two God Awful Governors. Only in the Mahoning Valley will people wish this guy the worst.

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2 peacelover (791 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

I wish Ohio had a Lemon Law for politicians.

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3 Freeatlast (1991 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

If he does good !!! GREAT we need something (JOBS) . I do not care who he is or what his party he is just get us jobs for our kids so they do not have to move away
PLEASE

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4 mrblue (1003 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

If Ohio had a lemon law for politicians--------most of the local elected officials would be gone. (just food for thought)

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5 city_resident (513 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

I'm hoping for the best, but expecting the worst, considering he's already killed the 3C rail plan.

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6 Freeatlast (1991 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

He won the election . I do not like him , But lets him have a chance , remember what some did to OB. We should not be the same as the low life .

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7 DJ0 (72 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

...the rail plan was doa. It was a turkey, not a job builder. It would have put Ohio, and Wisconsin, further in the hole down the road. Wake up, people. There is no free lunch. It was ill conceived and misrepresented from the git-go!

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8 Billybob21 (96 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

Deffintly not he already is costing tax payers money. And is also sending jobs else where and out of ohio. This is very very bad for our state As much as i hate to say it i think we where better off with taft. And he was horriable. The people should have just kept strickland in. Does anyone know of one good thing he has done yet.

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9 Freeatlast (1991 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

censoredship his company did . keep up

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10 Freeatlast (1991 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

Looks like some tea banger has time on his/her hands to keep hitting the yes button on the poll

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11 unhappyvoter1 (87 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

billybob just wait and see how much worse he can be then the other.....................................

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12 Tigerlily (493 comments) posted 3 years, 9 months ago

They want to eliminate public jobs so that it creates a need for those public services in the private sector, so that we all have to pay private corps for services we need, rather than simply putting our taxes together and paying for them ourselves. It's easy. Instead of gathering our money in taxes to pay for necessary things, we give it all (and even more than it would cost as a public service) to a private owner. Money in his pocket, and more out of ours to pay for these things, because he's cut them, and can basically hold us hostage for whatever price his friends' companies will charge us. Republicans really are smart. It's the public that votes them in that is dumb.

Someone in here wrote, "If we could just get more politicians like him for this area maybe we could get unemployment under 10%, crackheads in jail, close up murderers row, end the revolving door of justice. But we just love our democrats. At last count I think it was 152 that broke the law. Hey, but they're good crooks. If Lee Harvey Oswald was a democrat he would be forgiven and voted to for any office around this town."

Um, yeah, you're not reading the newspapers. Kasich has already said he's going to go easier on criminals and try to get them out of prison so we don't have to pay for them in there anymore. Hey, that's a cut in spending, right? Even though it puts more criminals on the street?

Uninformed people who can't see past the blinders of their beliefs to the facts being presented in new sources are the real reason why this country has sunk so low. They keep voting in wealthy corporate types, who in turn undo the public good in order to take over.

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