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Keystone Phil
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« on: February 04, 2009, 11:31:35 pm »

That's not fair, Fisher and Brunner are already statewide elected officials

Who really knows their Lt. Governor? Seriously. It was different in PA for awhile because of the infamous late CBK but most people didn't know her either.

Brunner is the Secretary of State. I doubt many know who their state Secretary of State is in Ohio.
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« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2009, 11:20:29 am »

That's not fair, Fisher and Brunner are already statewide elected officials

Who really knows their Lt. Governor? Seriously. It was different in PA for awhile because of the infamous late CBK but most people didn't know her either.

Brunner is the Secretary of State. I doubt many know who their state Secretary of State is in Ohio.

Well, if you've voted for the guy then you'll get higher name recognition and you know if he was some crazy insane guy (say a Kucunich that never ran for president) you might have heard by now on the news if he was elected statewide.

Well, I'll take the word of the Ohioans here and say that Brunner is fairly well known. However, just voting for the guy doesn't necessarily give one high name recognition. Plenty of people can vote for the top of the ticket and not know the Lt. Gubernatorial nominee.
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Keystone Phil
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« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2009, 06:12:11 pm »

That's not fair, Fisher and Brunner are already statewide elected officials

Who really knows their Lt. Governor? Seriously. It was different in PA for awhile because of the infamous late CBK but most people didn't know her either.

Brunner is the Secretary of State. I doubt many know who their state Secretary of State is in Ohio.

Well, if you've voted for the guy then you'll get higher name recognition and you know if he was some crazy insane guy (say a Kucunich that never ran for president) you might have heard by now on the news if he was elected statewide.

Well, I'll take the word of the Ohioans here and say that Brunner is fairly well known. However, just voting for the guy doesn't necessarily give one high name recognition. Plenty of people can vote for the top of the ticket and not know the Lt. Gubernatorial nominee.

     Does Ohio elect its Governor & Lt. Governor together?

Yes and even if they didn't, I doubt people care about the latter race.
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