Ohio Primary Politics/Super Tuesday



It’s still primary season, and it’s time for Ohio to take its turn along with many other states on Super Tuesday. Who are the candidates? What are the issues? On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll talk about Ohio’s primary politics.


  • Peter Brown (Assistant Director, Quinnipiac University Polling Institute)
  • William Hershey (retired Columbus Bureau Correspondent, Dayton Daily News)
  • Joe Hallett (Senior Editor, Columbus Dispatch)
  • Tamara Keith (NPR Correspondent)

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  • Marc

     I am not particularly happy with Ron Paul supporters described as “rabid” and “worshipers”.  Also, I would like to remind people that in 2000 Bush promised a humble foreign policy with no nation building and he won the presidency.  The neo-conservatives have changed the rhetoric so that now “most” republicans are pro-war.  Most of the American people are not for endless wars and their cost in lives and money.  I agree, Ron Paul is not an “establishment” candidate.  I am tired of what all these establishment candidates have been doing all these years.  We need a president who is not corrupted by the system and truly wants to change government for the better by reducing its size and the amount that it infringes on our liberty.Ron Paul 2012