Monthly Archives: April 2018

D2D Day 166 – Maumee – Last trip to the town where I started – same enthusiasm as then – either cut spending or America as we know it omits on a clock. 168 stops (22,047 total)

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D2D Day 165 – Toledo – Love i here – people weren’t in Del Latta’s District back when he was congressman and can’t figure out why his son, who hides from every argument, deserves to be there. 186 stops (21,879 total)

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D2D Day 164 – Kenton – Fifth trip to the capital of Hardin County on the first warm day of spring. Everyone agrees – cut spending! 70 stops (21,693 total)

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D2D Day 163 – Celina – Stayed close to home on a day that started with blowing snow flurries and ended with sun and relative warmth. People want term limits! 167 stops (21,623 total)

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D2D Day 162 – Toledo – Passed a billboard in Dixie Highway – knew there was one up somewhere in Wood County but it’s always nice stumbling across it. 161 more visits in the big city today. (21,456 total)

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D2D Day 161 – Findlay – 14th trip and never disappointed. Friendly town no matter what part I end up canvassing. 142 more doors knocked here today. (21,295 total)

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D2D Day 160 – Bowling Green – Best surprise of this door to door campaign has been the repeated warm reception in the incumbent’s home town. 148 stops on a cool April day (21,155 total)

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D2D Day 159 – Toledo – Conservatives surrounded by liberal rule always seem happier to meet a Republican candidate at the door – enjoy my trips to the big city. 107 stops in seven miles. (21,005 total)

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D2D Day 158 – Northwood – Day 158 took me back to where I was on Day 5 last August. 112 homes visited. (29,898 total)

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D2D Day 157 – Waterville – Through the cold to 200 doors today where the self-imposed term limit was a popular topic. Only way to change Washington where term limits will never pass. (15,786 total)

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