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House Republicans Continue Robust Presence to Regain Majority

Veterans, Business Owners, Doctors among Qualified Field of Candidates

COLUMBUS –The Ohio House Republican Organizational Committee (OHROC) today announced that House Republicans are well positioned to help put Ohio back on the right track. A strong slate of candidates are set to run this November to help Republicans regain the majority in the Ohio House.

Future of Toledo - your chance to be heard

Today the Bell administration is using their Web site http://futureoftoledo.org to allow you to look at some of the money saving ideas and vote on them. It is great that Mayor Bell is doing this and it is your chance to be heard. Do participate! Look for the link on the Home page.

Bell's First State of the City, February 24th

Start: 2010-02-24 7:00 pm
Start: 2010-02-24 7:00 pm

Bell To Hold First State of the City, February 24th

Franklin Park Riot

I feel too little is being done to prevent what occurred last Saturday night. Fighting is only one part of the problem. The other part is youths harassing customers walking in the mall. The youths will walk right into you to try to scare and make you move out of their way.

Bell, Herwat, and Monske oh my!!!

Mayor Mike Bell along with his Finance Dir. and two Deputy Mayors appeared on a special Eye On Toledo Tuesday night. The entire one hour commercial free interview can be heard here http://www.wspd.com/pages/hotbutton.html

Wall Street Banksters Stole America!

Ottawa County, elected Officals, signed petition

What has President Barack Obama Done for You Lately?

"Robert P. Watson, Ph.D. Coordinator of American Studies
Lynn University"
Email: rwatson@lynn.edu

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Ben Krompak and Carol Contrada have taken out petitions for LC commisioner

In on the tip line from Kevin Milliken: Ben Krompak and Carol Contrada have taken Democrat Party petitions for Lucas County Commissioner to replace Ben Konop. Ben Krompak was at Biggby's earlier this afternoon seeking signatures.

Mayor Asks Council to Pull Ordinance Authorizing Tax Increase

At this afternoon's City Council Committee of the Whole meeting, Mayor Michael P. Bell recommended to members of Council that the proposed ordinance authorizing a ballot initiative to increase the city income tax be pulled from the agenda. The administration has made numerous other recommendations to resolve the 2010 deficit without increasing the income tax.