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Ohio Politics Now: Who got cheers, boos during a GOP debate

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

The GOP presidential hopeful possibilities took a theatre for a fourth time final night and
things got a small heated, generally for Ohio Gov. John Kasich who got cheers and boos.

“Defying expectations, it wasn’t late neurosurgeon Ben Carson carrying to answer for his
seemingly paradoxical statements, it wasn’t former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush serve falling his own
campaign, it wasn’t attacks on Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida,”

Dispatch Public Affairs Editor Darrel Rowland writes.
“If there was one theme, it was a remarkable miss of fear among a Republican margin to take on
Trump, whose picture has suffered in new polls.”

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What Kasich pronounced about Trump’s immigration plan: After Trump reiterated his plan
to expatriate all immigrants in a nation illegally, Kasich said, “Come on, folks. We all know you
can’t collect them adult and boat them across, behind opposite a border. It’s a stupid argument. It is not
an adult argument. It creates no sense.”

Jeb Bush after echoed Kasich’s sentiments.

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What Trump pronounced about Kasich: “I built an unimaginable association value billions and
billions of dollars. we don’t have to hear from this man, trust me. we don’t have to hear from
him.”

The throng booed Trump.

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Then this happened later: “But Kasich also got booed after in a discuss when he
tangled with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz over either to let large banks fail; Kasich pronounced he would try to
make people with income in a bank whole,” Rowland writes.

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What others are observant about Kasich: “His arguments competence be befitting for a
general election, though will they work for a primary?” asked Mark Caleb Smith, executive of a Center
for Political Studies during Cedarville University. “It seems he is putting all of his wish in a New
Hampshire primary, that has been some-more passive of Republican mediation over a years, especially
as compared to Iowa. we am only not certain there are adequate Republican moderates to win the
nomination.”

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Kasich momentum?
FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver had this comment of Kasich,
“You competence expect, given how many Bush is struggling, that Kasich is surging, during slightest with a
certain form of Republican voter,” Silver writes. “But after a

few

premature

pronouncements
over a summer that Kasich’s discuss had ‘momentum,’ there are few signs of it now. He
moved adult in a polls in New Hampshire in Jul and Aug after using a

blitz of advertisements
there, though his station has surfaced out during about 8 or 9 percent, and has maybe even declined
slightly from his late-summer peak.”

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In a headlines: A demeanour during what others wrote about a debate…

Washington Post:
Candidates strife along sheer GOP error line

New York Times:
G.O.P. Debate Reveals Divide Over Issue of Immigration

Wall Street Journal:
Republican Debate: A Pivot to Policy

Northeast Ohio Media Group:
Post-debate analysis: John Kasich scored on Donald Trump, though people will remember the
boos

Cincinnati Enquirer:
John Kasich’s debate: A strife with Donald Trump, acclaim on immigration, boos on
bailouts

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The undercard table: Kasich crony New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was relegated to
the undercard discuss with 3 other possibilities though seemed to make a many of it.

“New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie incited his expulsion to a evening’s undercard into the
kind of

standout performance
that has eluded Kasich,”
Northeast Ohio Media Group’s Henry Gomez writes.
“Christie shined alongside 3 other possibilities who unsuccessful to strech his turn of charisma
or command. When Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal attempted to rope arrows his way, Christie diplomatically
ducked and bashed Democrat Hillary Clinton instead.”

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Next up? The subsequent GOP discuss will be Dec. 15 in Vegas, sponsored by CNN and Salem
Radio. Meanwhile a Democratic presidential hopeful possibilities will face off in their second
debate this Saturday.

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Behind a scenes: At a final debate, Kasich had a basketball hoop in his green
room. Before this debate,

he played basketball with a Milwaukee Bucks.

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Where a administrator is today: Kasich will have dual discuss stops in South Carolina
today.

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Unemployment benefits: “A Republican devise to renovate Ohio’s unemployment
compensation complement would cut advantages to jobless workers while creation it some-more formidable to qualify
for assistance during all,” Dispatch contributor Catherine Candisky writes. “Legislation introduced in a House
by Rep. Barbara Sears would revoke a limit series of weeks a workman could accept from the
current 26, to 12-to-20 weeks depending on a state’s stagnation rate.”

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Jim Hughes for Ohio House: “As expected, maestro state Sen. Jim Hughes has
announced his vigilant to run for a 24th House District in an bid to barter seats with Rep.
Stephanie Kunze,”

Dispatch contributor Jim Siegel writes.
“If successful, this would be a second army in a House for a Columbus Republican, who
was initial allocated to a House in 2000, where he was inaugurated to 4 terms before being serving
two terms in a Senate.”

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Ballot board: “Voting on Ohio inherent amendments could get complicated. The
Ohio Ballot Board set in suit a intensity for mixed votes on a singular subject Tuesday by
splitting a due $13 billion immature appetite inherent amendment into dual apart issues,”
Dispatch contributor Alan Johnson writes.
“The 3-1 opinion house opinion had zero to do, however, with concerns that a appetite proposal
could be a corner and run afoul of Issue 2, a anti-monopoly amendment Ohio electorate authorized in
last week’s ubiquitous election. That will come later.”

Should a Ballot Board confirm that Issue 2 manners request to a purify appetite amendment, there
could be as many as 4 issues on one ballot.

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Ohio Supreme Court: “A quadruple torpedo from Middletown who is a Mexican national
appears expected to get a new authorised examination in his 24-year-old murder box after a Ohio Supreme
Court declined Tuesday to set an execution date,”

Johnson writes.
“By a 4-3 vote, a justice refused to set a genocide date for Jose Trinidad Loza, 43, convicted
and condemned to genocide or murdering 4 members of his girlfriend’s family in a southwestern Ohio
city in 1991.”

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From Washington: “On a day when people opposite a nation are lobbying for an
increase in a sovereign smallest wage, Sen. Sherrod Brown concurred it is doubtful that Congress
this year will approve his check to gradually lift a smallest salary to from a stream $7.25 an
hour to $15 an hour by 2020,”

Dispatch business arch Jack Torry writes.

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ICYMI: Northeast Ohio Media Group’s Stephen Koff looks during some of a accounting
problems of a Ohio Republican Party.

“The
Ohio Republican Party
, that supports possibilities who ratify mercantile responsibility, has an accounting problem. Its
numbers don’t change some months. Other times, they only don’t supplement up.”

Koff writes.
“At one indicate this year, a Ohio GOP’s sovereign discuss comment had an unexplained $40,000
increase in receipts, baffling the

Federal Election Commission
.”

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Mark your calendars:

Karl Rove and Joe Hallett will all be during a Statehouse
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 8.

Rove, domestic consultant and comparison confidant in a George W. Bush administration, will be
signing his new book,

“The Triumph of William McKinley.”

And  Hallett, former Dispatch comparison domestic editor, will sign
“The Ohio Politics Almanac.”
Co-author Michael F.Curtin, stream state repute and former Dispatch associate publisher, won’t
be accessible though will have books sealed in advance.

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On this day: According to The Dispatch library, on this day in 2010, “Columbus
Mayor Michael B. Coleman says that his 2011 bill calls for training 154 military officers and 145
firefighters. They’ll reinstate waves of officers who are compulsory to retire underneath a
deferred-retirement module and any others who leave a services during a subsequent year.”

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