Monthly Archives: January 2018

D2D Day 111 – McGuffey/ Alger – Question of the day in Hardin County – What good thing in the country would actually make Democrats stand up and applaud. 96 stops in the homes of the Rams. (14,827 total)

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D2D Day 110 – North Baltimore – Second trip to southern Wood County. 129 homes reached – Trump State of the Union to follow. (14,731 total)

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D2D Day 109 – Sylvania – A lot of pro-lifers heard from in 112 stops during my snow-filled sixth trip to this Michigan border town. (14,602 total)

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D2D Day 108 – Another great Buckeye Border Conference town on a perfect January Sunday for a long walk. 141 stops (14,490 total)

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D2D Day 107 – Pettisville – Model small town for Northwest Ohio – a lot of community pride. 71 stops after a rainy afternoon. (14,349 total)

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D2D Day 106 – Rossford – Second trip to a Toledo suburb with a liberal contingent but still some solid conservatives. 128 stops on a warm day for January. (14,278 total)

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D2D Day 105 – Haskins – Great Republican town in Northwest Wood County. No trouble finding 146 Conservative homes to visit. (14,150 total)

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D2D Day 104 – Defiance – Knocked in Door #14,000 in my sixth trip here. Quote of the day: “You can’t blame Latta, he hasn’t done anything since he got there.” 111 stops (14,004 total)

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D2D Day 103 – Liberty Center – Like the rest of Henry County, very conservative. Also very suspicious of the deep state. 131 stops in 5.5 more miles of walking. (13,893 total)

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D2D Day 102 – Nevada – Not a lot of satisfaction with Congress in small town America – both sides blamed for shutdown here. 89 stops (13,762 total)

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