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Happy days are gone again in City Politics

We were supposed to have the unofficial results of the Ohio primary election to digest and regurgitate. The race to replace John Tharp as LC Sheriff should have taken several precious column inches. The fate of Toledo’s Issue One should have taken most of the rest. Plus maybe some musings on the rush to replace

Breaking the rules in City Politics

There are several unwritten rules in City Politics. One is you win elections by keeping Party discipline. Another is incumbent judges never lose an election. Perhaps the most basic rule is that voters have short memories. These three rules may come into play in November. Here’s the skinny. Rule book Rule One. Party discipline wins