Ohio Odd Couple: Socialist and Constitution Party Senate Candidates Launch Petition for Inclusive Debates

From John Michael Spinelli at the Examiner:

While there are likely many political issues Dan La Botz and Eric Deaton do not agree on, one timely issue they do share in common is that the anticipated debate between Republican Rob Portman and Democrat Lee Fisher, both running to replace George Voinovich in the U.S. Senate, should include them. . . .

The odd couple duo of Botz and Deaton, whose political ideologies diverge often and by wide margins, may be a match made in heaven if their timely merger of purpose to get themselves on the same stage with Portman and Fisher can light a fire under someone who wants to champion their cause, if not them or their parties specifically.

In this election-year melodrama, that someone is Jennifer Brunner. It is to her agency, one she won in 2006 but is now term-limited to leave at the end of the year, that the petition both are supporting will be directed; and where an exchange of correspondence on the idea with La Botz has already taken place.

Read the whole thing.  Spinelli has been providing regular coverage of Ohio’s minor party candidates at The Examiner this year.

2 thoughts on “Ohio Odd Couple: Socialist and Constitution Party Senate Candidates Launch Petition for Inclusive Debates

  1. Catholic Trotskyist

    This shows that Catholic Trotskyism is on the march, even within the Third Party movement!

  2. Atlee Yarrow

    Isn’t Catholic Trotskyist an oxymoron? LMAO

    What I do see is the grave injustice against what both these organizations see as democracy and inalienable to being American. I wish them both good fortune and luck in their efforts towards protecting an American way.

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