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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Chris Redfern
Ohio's Democratic chairman says he'll discourage his party's 2014 statewide and legislative candidates from conducting publicly funded citizen teleconferences.
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich heads into the 2014 elections with $7.9 million in the bank, after far outraising his likely Democratic challenger during the second half of 2013.
Ohio's political party chairmen have jumped at the chance to highlight vulnerabilities of the gubernatorial contender running on the opposite ticket.
The career change from Joe the Plumber to Joe the Congressman isn't proving easy, but one of the most colorful figures of the 2008 election is giving it a go in the 2012 election cycle.
In selecting Charlotte, N.C., as the site of next year's Democratic national convention, President Obama's party is upping the ante in a vital swing state and making clear its belief that the campaigner-in-chief can once again make inroads in the South.
Redfern said Mandel sought to target his audience as political campaigns do.