Signature Effort Not Looking Promising

Plain Dealer: Democrat-led petition drive on congressional boundries lacking cash, relying on volunteers

You can read the article in it’s entirety, but the sum it is this: It doesn’t look good for the Ohio Democratic Party in their effort to get the new congressional lines on the ballot.

The article says it, but word on the street is that it is highly unlikely they will meet their signature goal.

Looking more and more everyday now like the original lines that were signed into law will be the ones that are used moving forward for the next 10 years.

The Democrats certainly had their chance for “fair lines” back in 2010, but they wouldn’t back the GOP-led effort to get that process moving, instead choosing to take their chances on the elections last year. And they lost.

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