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Ohio Politics Now: A some-more assertive John Kasich could be on a GOP discuss …

Want to know what’s function in Ohio supervision and politics from Columbus to Washington,
D.C.? We’ve got we covered.

Tonight is a third GOP presidential discuss and we could see a some-more burning Ohio Gov. John
Kasich if his send-off celebration Tuesday was any indication.

“The administrator famous by Ohioans for his periodic blunt assessments and sharp-tongue criticism
of opponents unexpected has brought a same tact to his lagging Republican presidential
campaign,” 
Dispatch contributor Randy Ludlow writes.

“I wish we to know I’m fed up. I’m ill and sleepy of listening to this nonsense and I’m
going to have to call it like it is in this race,” Kasich said.

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What a change means: Kasich’s dropping of a gloves “seems to be an
acknowledgement that a ‘I’m a adult-in-the-room’ devise has not been successful to this
point,” pronounced John Green of a Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics during a University of
Akron.

“It positively will get him noticed,” Green said. “Maybe his discuss has resolved that a
more-aggressive tongue will be useful … It suggests that if he doesn’t pronounce out, his campaign
won’t pierce ahead.”

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What a discuss says: “I consider that’s what people are looking for in their next
president – someone who is truth-telling and honest,” John Weaver, Kasich’s chief
strategist,

told Northeast Ohio Media Group’s Henry Gomez
.

On Tuesday night, Weaver tweeted “Straight talk. Headed your way.”

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DNC response: The Democratic National Committee sent out a press recover saying,
“So Governor, when we ask if we’ve ever listened ‘anything so crazy as that,’ well, yeah, any time
we watch a Republican presidential debate.”

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About that debate: You can watch it on CNBC – undercard during 6 p.m. and primetime
debate during 8 p.m. tonight.

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How a governors do: The Washington Post analyzed how stream and former
governors’ annals reason adult on a presidential discuss trail.

Kasich did
pretty good comparatively,
 
overperforming in stagnation and income per person.

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For those gripping track: Today outlines 100 days for Kasich’s presidential
campaign.

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Let’s speak 2018: So in a past week, we’ve had Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor and Attorney
General Mike DeWine contend they are meddlesome in using for Ohio administrator in 2018. But don’t forget
about Secretary of State Jon Husted who told

Dispatch contributor Alan Johnson Tuesday
, “When 2017 comes around, we devise to be entirely prepared to go to run for governor. I’m blissful we
have a lot of Republicans who are interested. It’s improved for a process.”

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Online licence school: “Online charter-school students remove adult to a year of
learning compared to their peers in normal open schools, according to a new study,”

Dispatch reporters Catherine Candisky and Jim Siegel write.
 “Nationally, online licence students perceived on normal 180 fewer days of training in math
and 72 fewer days in reading during a standard 180-day propagandize year. In Ohio, with a largest
e-school enrollment, students mislaid 144 days of math and 79 days of reading.”

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ResponsibleOhio endorsement: Hamilton County Prosecutor and Republican Joe Deters
has a new blurb out subsidy Issue 3, ResponsibleOhio’s devise to legalize pot in the
state.

The
former state auditor says,
 
“I’m ill and sleepy of drug dealers depredation a neighborhoods with genocide and violence. Issue
3 goes a prolonged approach to change open policy.”

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Good-bye Boehner: Today is Ohio Republican John Boehner’s final full day as U.S.
House Speaker and final night, his colleagues remembered his time in a House,
Dispatch Washington contributor Jessica Wehrman writes.

Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo, who has served a longest among Ohio House members, said: “He
constantly worked to find a approach brazen during a duration as quarrelsome as any in a story of
this Congress that we recall.”

“While we might not always have agreed, your doorway was always open,” pronounced Rep. Marcia Fudge,
D-Cleveland.

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From a Washington bureau: “In a bipartisan reprove of Capitol Hill’s
most-conservative Republicans, a U.S. House on Tuesday defended a sovereign group that U.S.
companies such as GE Aviation of Cincinnati contend helps them trade their goods,” 
Dispatch Washington business arch Jack Torry writes. “By an strenuous opinion of
313-118, a House reauthorized a operations of a U.S. Export-Import Bank, an group combined in
the 1930s and that provides credits and loan guarantees to unfamiliar companies shopping U.S. products
or to American banks financing those sales.”

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Just because: A lady in Dublin has embellished Trump’s face on a 374-pumpkin. Yes.
No, really.

Check out story and video from a Dispatch’s Doral Chenoweth.

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On this day: According to The Dispatch library, on this day in 2009 “Columbus
Mayor Michael B. Coleman votes opposite Ohio’s casino measure, observant he opposes a proposal
because it would overrule internal zoning laws and emanate a corner for a casino developers.
Coleman was a final mayor of a would-be casino horde city to take a position on state Issue 3 and
the usually one to conflict it.”

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Voters Guide: More than 328,385 electorate have requested an absentee list and
148,550 absentee ballots have been expel statewide already in Tuesday’s election. You can see what
will be on your list with

The Dispatch’s Voters Guide.

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