Ohio's Primary Season Begins
In this week's episode of Snollygoster, Ohio's politics podcast from WOSU, hosts Mike Thompson and Steve Brown discuss what to expect in Democratic politics, with the March primary election less than 10 weeks away. Democratic strategist Derrick Clay joins the show.
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On this week's episode:
The Democractic Field
The Ohio Secretary of State’s Office has certified the candidates who will be on the March 17 ballot. In the presidential race, all the "major" candidates are included, but Andrew Yang and John Delaney both had trouble with directions and were disqualified.
Joe Biden is leading many polls with Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Pete Buttigieg trailing behind him. Michael Bloomberg is late to the race but is making agressive moves, hiring staff and opening offices in Ohio.
Snollygoster Of The Week
Credit to Jackie Borchardt from the Cincinnati Enquirer for reporting on an unnamed person who petitioned the Ohio Medical Board to allow "Bengals/Browns Fans" as an official condition that would grant access to medical marijuana.
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