It’s October 30 And My Dahlias Are Still Blooming — In Dayton Ohio — But Some Claim That Frost Is Coming

Wow, this might be a record. My dahlia plants are still alive and still producing new flowers here at the end of October. I’m seeing it as a positive sign of something positive.

I was telling a friend on the phone that it’s wonderful and unusual that my dahlias are still blooming and he said, “Yeah, but it’s suppose to frost this weekend.” What kind of a friend says things like that?

I’m cutting the nicer flowers to make bouquets and I’m covering the plants with some tarp and old sheets.

So, yes, some claim that frost is coming.

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K. George Kordalis Put Up $90,000 Of His Own Money To Massively Outspend Susan Solle In Contest For Judgeship

K. George Kordalis

Susan Solle

The pre-election Finance Report, filed October 22, shows that in the contest for Common Pleas Judge, the Republican candidate, K. George Kordalis, loaned his campaign $90,000 and that, by using this money, his campaign outspent Susan Solle’s campaign six to one.

The Report shows that Kordalis spent $91,058 and Solle spent $14,491.

The Report shows that Solle received $27,361 in individual contributions — almost twice the amount that Kordalis received: $15,526.

In order to have the cash needed to massively outspend his opponent, Kordalis loaned his own campaign $90,000.

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Susan Solle

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In Race For Probate Judge, David Brannon Has $525,000 To Spend — $507,895 Is Family Money — Arvin Miller has $66,500

The Pre-election Campaign Finance Report shows that the Committee to Elect David Brannon raised a total of $524,567. Of this amount, 97% — $507,895 — came from the Brannon family, as loans to the campaign. David Brannon’s Mother, Colleen, provided $377,880 and David, himself, provided $130,000.

The Finance Report shows that the Committee to Elect Arvin Miller raised a total of $66,550. Of this, $15,000 is listed as a loan to the committee from Arvin’s wife, Susan Blasik Miller.

David Brannon and his brother, Douglas, work as lawyers, along with their father, Dwight, in the “Brannon Law Firm.” Their

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This Week, Donald Trump Supporters Plan “SIGN RALLIES” In Kettering — On Loop Road And On Wilmington Pike

Donald Trump supporters are planning two “SIGN RALLIES” this week in Kettering. The organizers write: “While our President is recuperating from the Corona virus it is our privilege to stand in the gap.” This is their instructions concerning sign messages: “TRUMP 2020….. TRUMP ❤…..A….. HONK 4 TRUMP…..WE ❤YOU PRESIDENT TRUMP …. 4 MORE YEARS …..VOTE TRUMP/PENCE ….. VOTE 4 TRUMP……WOMEN 4 TRUMP ……WORKERS 4 TRUMP…… BLACKS 4 TRUMPS …… GRANDMAS 4 TRUMP…..VETERANS 4 TRUMP…..TEACHERS 4 TRUMP….and any other creative message that is not too long in length! Focus positively on the President. Don’t use Biden’s name as it might

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To Elect Him Probate Judge, David Brannon’s Mom Provided $200,000 For Slick TV Ads — But Arvin Miller Is The Real Deal

David Brannon, a 41 year old Republican attorney, has a big TV ad campaign — telling voters he has the experience needed to be Probate Judge — paid for with a $200,000 loan from his Mom. In The Vote411 Voter Guide, however, this young attorney reveals what these ads fail to mention: Brannon has had zero years experience as an active judge.

At left is Dwight Brannon, age 72, founder of “The Brannon Law Firm.” With him are his two sons who are partners in the firm: Douglas (age 44) and David (age 41). Their website advertises: “The

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