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The Obama campaign, DNC, and democratic super pack groups, need to begin running ads— as well as talking about Mitt Romney’s support for Ohio Governor Kasich’s attempt to strip the collective bargaining rights of police and firemen in Ohio.

 

Senate Bill 5 (SB-5) was sponsored by Ohio State Senator Shannon Jones and championed by republicans, especially Ohio Governor Kasich. The bill was an anti-union or union busting bill that took aim at severely limiting collective bargaining rights of state workers in Ohio— including police and firefighters.

 

A good percentage of police and firefighters in Ohio vote republican. When Ohio republicans attempted to strip their collective bargaining rights, they were outraged and worked with democrats to overturn SB-5 and restore their collective bargaining rights.

 

Mitt Romney openly supported SB-5—stated publicly that Ohioans should vote yes on SB-5, and openly supported Governor Kasich taking away police and firemen’s collective bargaining rights.

 

Ohio is the key for Mitt Romney in this 2012 election—if he loses Ohio it will be almost impossible for him to win the presidency. The people of Ohio need to be reminded often in the last two months of this presidential campaign that Mitt Romney wanted to strip the collective bargaining rights of police and firemen

 

It is good to talk about teachers also being targeted by SB-5—but one of the main reasons why SB-5 was defeated, is because the republican leaning police and firefighter unions had supported and voted for Kasich for Governor—and then he stabbed them in the back.

 

The police and firefighter unions outraged, joined forces with democrats in Ohio like Senator Sherrod Brown to defeat SB-5. The Democratic Party headed by President Obama, not just in Ohio but— all across American support collective bargaining rights for unions.

 

Mitt Romney’s support of SB-5 needs to be focused on more in campaign ads and speeches, because many of the same police and firefighters who worked with democrats to overturn SB-5 will turn right around and support Mitt Romney and republicans in the 2012 election.

 

Running ads about the auto industry being saved in Ohio is good smart politics—but the Obama campaign is missing a golden opportunity to increase their chances of winning Ohio by completely ignoring Mitt Romney’s support for Kasich—who wanted to strip the collective bargaining rights of police and firemen, with SB-5.

 

Police and fireman unfortunately illicit more support from the voting public than teachers. The public safety issue; potential loss of jobs and manpower to serve the public; as well the effect on morale among police and firemen—is why Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin, in a politically intelligent decision, wisely did not include police and firemen in his Wisconsin union-busting, anti-collective bargaining bill.

 

Leaving police and fireman alone in attacks on unions, is one of the main reasons why Walker was successful and Kasich was not

 

Mitt Romney’s support for taking the collective bargaining rights away from police and firefighters in Ohio, needs to be reminded to the voters of Ohio— and any police or firemen who are thinking of supporting a candidate like Mitt Romney, who enthusiastically supported stripping their collective bargaining rights.

 

The election in Ohio will be close, and whoever wins Ohio has a good chance of becoming president—the Obama campaign, DNC, or democratic super pack groups need to begin running ads about Mitt Romney’s support of SB-5.

 

 

Where are the ads in Ohio reminding voters of Romney’s support for SB-5?

 

Where are the ads in Ohio using police and fireman talking about how democrats stood with them when republicans wanted to take their collective bargaining rights away?

 

If President Obama wins Ohio, the 2012 election could be over very early on election night. This election is about state by state— not national polls. Key battle-ground states is where this election is going to be won—and here in Ohio, the Obama campaign has a strong political hand it can play, but as of yet, I have not seen them play it.

 

Bring up Romney’s, support for SB-5, which attempted to strip collective bargaining rights from state unions including “police and firemen.”

 

Vote in Ohio—Obama-Biden 2012

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The Obama campaign, DNC, and democratic super pack groups, need to begin running ads— as well as talking about Mitt Romney’s support for Ohio Governor Kasich’s attempt to strip the collective bargaining rights of police and firemen in Ohio.

 

Senate Bill 5 (SB-5) was sponsored by Ohio State Senator Shannon Jones and championed by republicans, especially Ohio Governor Kasich. The bill was an anti-union or union busting bill that took aim at severely limiting collective bargaining rights of state workers in Ohio— including police and firefighters.

 

A good percentage of police and firefighters in Ohio vote republican. When Ohio republicans attempted to strip their collective bargaining rights, they were outraged and worked with democrats to overturn SB-5 and restore their collective bargaining rights.

 

Mitt Romney openly supported SB-5—stated publicly that Ohioans should vote yes on SB-5, and openly supported Governor Kasich taking away police and firemen’s collective bargaining rights.

 

Ohio is the key for Mitt Romney in this 2012 election—if he loses Ohio it will be almost impossible for him to win the presidency. The people of Ohio need to be reminded often in the last two months of this presidential campaign that Mitt Romney wanted to strip the collective bargaining rights of police and firemen

 

It is good to talk about teachers also being targeted by SB-5—but one of the main reasons why SB-5 was defeated, is because the republican leaning police and firefighter unions had supported and voted for Kasich for Governor—and then he stabbed them in the back.

 

The police and firefighter unions outraged, joined forces with democrats in Ohio like Senator Sherrod Brown to defeat SB-5. The Democratic Party headed by President Obama, not just in Ohio but— all across American support collective bargaining rights for unions.

 

Mitt Romney’s support of SB-5 needs to be focused on more in campaign ads and speeches, because many of the same police and firefighters who worked with democrats to overturn SB-5 will turn right around and support Mitt Romney and republicans in the 2012 election.

 

Running ads about the auto industry being saved in Ohio is good smart politics—but the Obama campaign is missing a golden opportunity to increase their chances of winning Ohio by completely ignoring Mitt Romney’s support for Kasich—who wanted to strip the collective bargaining rights of police and firemen, with SB-5.

 

Police and fireman unfortunately illicit more support from the voting public than teachers. The public safety issue; potential loss of jobs and manpower to serve the public; as well the effect on morale among police and firemen—is why Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin, in a politically intelligent decision, wisely did not include police and firemen in his Wisconsin union-busting, anti-collective bargaining bill.

 

Leaving police and fireman alone in attacks on unions, is one of the main reasons why Walker was successful and Kasich was not

 

Mitt Romney’s support for taking the collective bargaining rights away from police and firefighters in Ohio, needs to be reminded to the voters of Ohio— and any police or firemen who are thinking of supporting a candidate like Mitt Romney, who enthusiastically supported stripping their collective bargaining rights.

 

The election in Ohio will be close, and whoever wins Ohio has a good chance of becoming president—the Obama campaign, DNC, or democratic super pack groups need to begin running ads about Mitt Romney’s support of SB-5.

 

 

Where are the ads in Ohio reminding voters of Romney’s support for SB-5?

 

Where are the ads in Ohio using police and fireman talking about how democrats stood with them when republicans wanted to take their collective bargaining rights away?

 

If President Obama wins Ohio, the 2012 election could be over very early on election night. This election is about state by state— not national polls. Key battle-ground states is where this election is going to be won—and here in Ohio, the Obama campaign has a strong political hand it can play, but as of yet, I have not seen them play it.

 

Bring up Romney’s, support for SB-5, which attempted to strip collective bargaining rights from state unions including “police and firemen.”

 

Vote in Ohio—Obama-Biden 2012

 

 

 

Great post. Now what about PA?

 

 

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The Associated Press

ALSO ON PHILLY.COM

Posted: Mon, Aug. 27, 2012, 12:57 PM

'Safety' ID available to some voters

 

HARRISBURG, Pa. - What Pennsylvania's State Department calls a "safety net" photo identification card is now available to certain registered voters.

The card, which is being rolled out Monday and Tuesday at PennDOT centers, was developed in response to complaints many voters cannot qualify for a conventional PennDOT identification card.

To apply, voters must first apply for a PennDOT card. If they cannot provide the required birth certificate, officials say they'll be issued a State Department card so long as they're registered to vote, know their Social Security number and can verify their address.

A state law taking effect on Election Day requires all voters to show a Pennsylvania driver's license or another valid photo ID at their polling places.

The new State Department card is free and valid for 10 years.

 

DOJ and White House--more than one way to skin a cat---OBAMA-BIDEN 2012

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