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7 record(s) found for Politically Minded.
Million-dollar Challenger Ken Lanci brings a busload of eccentricity and anger toward the state of Cleveland's neighborhoods to his run for mayor. Issue: October 2013 Category: Lake Effect Author: Erick Trickey
A House Divided Ruthless gerrymandering has yoked parts of Cleveland and Toledo together in one congressional district. That gives Clevelanders an unusual choice in the March 6 Democratic primary: Dennis Kucinich or Marcy Kaptur. Both are liberals, but they have very different personalities and approaches. Here we make the case for both. Issue: March 2012 Category: Lake Effect Author: Erick Trickey
Tire Calling Don Plusquellic faces one of his toughest tests to win a seventh term as the Rubber City's mayor. Issue: September 2011 Category: Lake Effect Author: Erick Trickey
Man at Work As one of three Republicans elected to the new Cuyahoga County Council, Jergens Inc.'s Jack Schron is now on the job to help companies like his succeed.
Issue: April 2011 Category: Lake Effect Author: Erick Trickey
Change Agent You may have never heard of C. Ellen Connally, but the former judge just might become the most powerful force on the county council we elect this month.
Issue: November 2010 Issue Category: Lake Effect Author: Erick Trickey
The Hangover After years of having its way in Cuyahoga County, the Democratic Party has elected Stuart Garson to clean up what's left in the wake of a corruption investigation, government reform and shaky power base.
Issue: August 2010 Issue Category: Lake Effect Author: Erick Trickey
From the Rubble U.S. ambassador to Haiti and former Hudson resident Kenneth Merten sees opportunity in the earthquake aftermath.
Issue: June 2010 Issue Category: Lake Effect Author: Ryan Dezember