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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Mallory endorses....

UPDATED

From Carl Weiser:

Sorry - should have made clear that this was a press release from the Wulsin campaign:

Mayor Mark Mallory has endorsed in the 2nd Congressional District race, picking Victoria Wulsin over Steve Black in the Democratic primary

“Dr. Wulsin is exactly the person we need,” says Mallory. “She is a proven leader and hard worker who is dedicated to serving the needs of families in the second district.”

The Mayor is the latest in a string of public officials to endorse Wulsin, as she gains momentum heading into the primary against opponent Steve Black.

“I am honored to have Mayor Mallory’s support,” said Wulsin. “We’re both committed to building our local economy and shaping the future for our residents. Once elected, I will go to Washington and put the priorities of Ohio families first.”

Dr. Wulsin has dedicated her career to public health, working in Cincinnati, across Ohio and around the world to improve access to healthcare and building healthy communities. In 2006, Wulsin won more votes than any Democrat in the 2nd District, coming within just 2,517 votes of beating Jean Schmidt.


9 Comments:

at 10:30 AM, February 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Mayor Zero endorsed Wacky Wulsin. Big deal. Wacky Wulsin will lose to Congresswoman Jean Schmidt by double digits.

 
at 10:34 AM, February 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yet another puff piece courtesy of the hack reporters at the Stinkwire.

 
at 10:40 AM, February 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

HAD ENOUGH democRAT? VOTE 2008!

 
at 3:00 PM, February 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

ZERO, again....does he ever do anything that might remotely improve the lives of his constituents?

 
at 3:31 PM, February 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Dr. Wulsin has dedicated her career to public health, working in Cincinnati, across Ohio and around the world to improve access to healthcare and building healthy communities."

Wow Carl. Way to stay unbiased there. Is it in the drinking water or something over at the Enquirer? The woman spent years infecting dying AIDS patients with Malaria, something that %99.99 of people in the medical field decided was a dangerous method, and a complete waste of time back in the 60's. I'd hardly say thats "improving" anything.

 
at 6:48 PM, February 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The woman spent years infecting dying AIDS patients with Malaria"

So many things wrong with this statement...

1) She didn't spend years with the Heimlich institute

2) She never injected anybody with anything

3) She was fired because the disagreed with the treatment.

Do Black's staffers have nothing better to do all day than sit around and post this garbage on the blogs? Nobody but the people who collect paychecks from Black (and the DoC) believe this mess. Stop wasting your time.

 
at 10:00 PM, February 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Black staffers LOVE the blogs! They think if they put negative stuff in the comment box then hopefully, some idiot will listen. I pity the fool!

 
at 10:52 PM, February 20, 2008 Anonymous Glen said...

Word on the street >> Zero will endorse Hillary to get a Senate Page job.
Go Cincy!

 
at 10:57 PM, February 21, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wulsin is a doctor and complains about lack of health care. Open you doors, Vic, and provide health care. You're the doctor. Thank you. Problem solved.

 
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