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Ohio Politics Now: Ohio propagandize superintendent to retire and Kasich goes behind …

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D.C.? We’ve got we covered.

Ohio propagandize Superintendent Richard Ross announced that he will retire during a finish of a year,
a pierce he pronounced he designed to make progressing this year.

“This was designed to occur earlier, though we had something come adult this summer,” he said. “I
just couldn’t do it during that. We had to get that settled.”

Dispatch contributor Catherine Candisky writes,
“Ross was referring to a firestorm overwhelmed off by revelations that school-choice chief
David Hansen fraudulent evaluations of charter-school sponsors to boost their ratings. Hansen, the
husband of Gov. John Kasich’s presidential-campaign manager, Beth Hansen, soon resigned. A few
Democratic lawmakers pronounced Ross also should step down, and some on a 19-member state Board of
Education demanded an eccentric investigation.”

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What Gov. John Kasich pronounced about Ross: “He put his 40 years of frontline classroom
and superintendent knowledge to work improving preparation opportunities everywhere and getting
real, certain formula for a children. Many of a initiatives he helped us pursue reason great
promise for a destiny of a state, including a third-grade reading guarantee, transforming the
Cleveland propagandize complement and changing a approach we assistance struggling schools. I’m unhappy to see him go but
I’m beholden for his use to a state and we wish him and his family well.”

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What’s subsequent for Buddie: You substantially saw ResponsibleOhio’s superhero Buddie
sometime during a discuss to legalize pot in a state. So what happens to him now that
voters deserted a plan?

“There are some nonprofits that are looking during a body,”
ResponsibleOhio’s Ian James told Dispatch contributor Dina Berliner.
“I don’t know what a destiny of a conduct looks like, though I’m unequivocally certain it will be on a
shelf somewhere.”

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Kasich in New Hampshire: “Republican presidential claimant John Kasich pronounced he
thinks a recognition of associate GOP possibilities Donald Trump and Ben Carson is a temporary
phenomenon and discharged a new arise of dual other competitors, Sens. Marco Rubio, R-Florida,
and Ted Cruz, R-Texas, observant electorate should select someone with executive experience,”

ABC News reports.

“There is no surrogate for executive experience. we meant there is no surrogate for carrying to
answer to a bottom line, to go by crisis,” Kasich pronounced while campaigning for a GOP
presidential assignment in New Hampshire.

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Fun fact:

ABC News also reports this
about a buses Kasich is regulating while furloughed New Hampshire, “The dual buses he’s employed
have had luminary pasts. The nation rope Lady Antebellum had been a final organisation to use a first
bus before Kasich’s group hopped on board, and Kasich pronounced his train this week had many recently been
used by a thespian Ricky Martin.”

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That golf game: While in New Hampshire, Kasich apparently took time to play a
little golf.

“taking advantage of a beautiful tumble day, he walked to a pushing operation and took four
swings. He was utterly gratified with his shots, exclaiming to his staff after any pitch how loyal he
had strike a ball,”

reports New York Times’ Jonathan Martin.

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Back in Alabama: The administrator campaigned in Alabama progressing this week, touting
himself as a conservative.

AL.com contributor John Sharp asked domestic analysts down there
if he’s regressive adequate to win a Republican primary.

“I consider he’s a prolonged shot here,” pronounced Brent Buchanan, handling partner with Cygnal, a
campaign and communications organisation in Montgomery.

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The subsequent GOP debate:

As Dispatch Public Affairs Editor Darrel Rowland
predicted,
Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee will be in Tuesday’s undercard debate
sponsored by Fox Business and George Pataki and Lindsey Graham won’t be on a theatre at
all.

Kasich will take partial in a primetime debate.

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From a inbox: Kasich discuss manager Beth Hansen emailed supporters Thursday to
let them know “We were vehement to announce a new staff sinecure in New Hampshire today. Andy Leach is a
veteran N.H. user and formerly worked for Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign. We also gained the
support of New Hampshire State Rep. Robert Rowe, a former Jeb Bush supporter.”

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If we are during a Statehouse today: The Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board
would like to remind we that there will be a full scale glow cavalcade during a Statehouse during 3 p.m.
today. All visitors and staff will need to leave a building during that time.

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On this day: According to a Dispatch library, on this day in1990, “George V.
Voinovich will be Ohio’s 65th governor, returning a bureau to Republican control after eight
years of Democratic domination.”

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Article source: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2015/11/06/ohio-politics-now-ross-retires-kasich-in-new-hampshire.html

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