Albert Griggs Jr. — Democratic Candidate For The Ohio Senate — Met Today With West Carrollton Democrats And Explained His Plan To Flip This Republican District

Glad to be with my friend Albert Griggs Jr. (on left) today at the West Carrollton library. Albert is seeking to be nominated to be the Democratic Party’s candidate for the Ohio Senate representing this region — District Six. Albert gave a short presentation explaining his vision for how Democrats can win this Republican District. His talk was illustrated with a power point and was entitled, “Building a 21st Century Democracy In The Sixth District.” There was a good discussion with the Democrats who attended the meeting. The Democratic Primary is March 17.

Albert Griggs Jr. — candidate

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Albert Griggs Jr. Has My Vote March 17 For The Democratic Nomination For The Ohio Senate — Here’s Why

I am glad to endorse Democrat Albert Griggs for the Ohio Senate — seeking to be the Democratic candidate in the Democratic Primary on March 17.

This Senate District Six has elected a Republican to the Ohio Senate for the last 35 years — reliably contributing to the big Republican 24-9 super majority. It is a huge geographic area consisting of about two-thirds of Montgomery County.

I am endorsing Albert, because I feel he would make a great senator. More than that, I believe that he is the Democrat with the background and message that gives him a good

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The Montgomery County Democratic Party Shows Blatant Favoritism In Democratic Primary Endorsements

The Montgomery County Democratic Party at its December 12 meeting voted on early endorsements for the Democratic Primary. This endorsement practice is so anti-democratic and so reeks of a system that is rigged that some Democratic Party county organizations prohibit this practice.

Willis Blackshear Jr. got the big prize — the endorsement for Dayton’s 39th Ohio House District. There were four other qualified Democrats who had taken out petitions (see the last article below). A majority of the 29 members of the Screening Committee party chose the 27 year old son of their friend — Willis Blackshear Sr., the

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When Is It OK To Call Someone A “DAMN LIAR” ?

At this point in the video, Joe is challenging the farmer to push-up and an IQ test.

Am I making a mountain out of a molehill? Should Democrats be concerned — flabbergasted even — that Joe Biden looked an 83 year old farmer in the face and said “You’re a damn liar, man.” Has Trump made this type of accusative rudeness somehow acceptable?

The old farmer had halting speech and appeared to need a cane. He had already admitted that he didn’t have “the mental faculty” that he once had. He did his best to articulate an accusation

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Which Democrat Will Represent OHD-39? Should The MCDP Push An Endorsement Or Let Primary Voters Decide?

There are five Democrats vying for the party’s nomination for OHD-39 and next Wednesday, December 11, the Montgomery County Democratic Party Screening Committee will meet and interview these candidates and will vote whether, or not, to make an early endorsement. The filing deadline is December 18. Any recommendations of the Screening Committee will be voted on by the Central Committee at the December 12 meeting.

Ohio House District 39 is an open seat. The nomination for this seat is great political plum because any Democrat on the ballot for OHD-39 is a shoo-in. Fred Strahorn first was elected in

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