Originally Posted by bearcat
Agreed, it does not get much closer than 32%-32%. Looks like the Roman Catholic vote is trending to Romney, a little surprising. I think it may end up with Romney by a tiny margin. I was reading that little Chilocothe (spelling?) in Ohio may be the difference maker. My college roommate was from that town, the only reason I know the name.
What is the prediction in the 9th? I have not seen any polls.
The way they redistricted, Kaptur has a bigger slice of her former constituency pie. But, it's been a bitter fight that I did not enjoy. In the local debates, I thought Kucinich came off as petty and Kaptur as a nose to ground workhorse who did her research. She also came away with major endorsements, and is next in line to be the ranking member of the Appropriations Committee. She will get my vote tomorrow, but Kucinich's share of the Cleveland area district is an unknown. They probably feel the same way about him that we in Toledo feel about Marcy.
I'm pulling for Joe the Plumber in the GOP primary just so I can see those
It does not surprise me that Catholic Ohioans would trend Mittens over Sanitorium. They are a moderate to liberal bunch; at least around here.