Registered voters in the State of Ohio, U.S.A.


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The good news is, there is a Libertarian Party. The bad news, for many of you, is that the Libertarians want the United States of America to become a free country, with liberty and justice for all. That is the worst nightmare of the greedy, power-hungry Republocrats, so they make it difficult for Libertarians to be listed on ballots and included in debates.

Pro-Life? No problem. Pro-Life Congressman Ron Paul, M.D., OB/GYN, was the Libertarian nominee for POTUS in 1988. Look over the chessboard for libertarian moves, such as:
• Don’t force anybody to buy insurance that covers abortion. (Better yet, don’t force anybody to buy health insurance, period.)
• Exempt maternity homes from local zoning restrictions, by State law. (Better yet, abolish all local zoning restrictions, by State law.)
• Make Ohio a safe haven for pregnant Papa Don’t Preach runaways. Let the parents, and the bureaucrats from the parents’ home State fume furiously. Those lines on the map mean a lot to bureaucrats, and on Ohio soil, she is under Ohio law.



Let’s see, now... The rioters honestly thought they were defending the Constitution of the United States by physically resisting the fulfillment of its most vivid sentence: “The President of the Senate shall, in the Presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted.”


You can’t fix stupid!



The election wasn’t stolen. Trump lost, largely because he personally enjoyed the thrills of that job while refusing to perform it. Dr. Fauci told us what he knew. Trump told us what he made up. His administration also left regulations in place that hindered testing.


Where to go from here... First, make it easier for candidates of other parties to get listed on the ballots. Next, adopt ranked choice voting. Trump won in 2016 in Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin with a minority of the votes there. Under ranked choice voting, he would have needed a majority of the votes, either a majority of the first choice votes, or if no candidate has such a majority, then a majority of the first and second choice votes, and so on. It is in use now from coast to coast (Alaska and Maine). Next, expand the U.S. House of Representatives to the maximum under the U.S. Constitution, namely, one member for every 30,000 Inhabitants, to diminish the advantage a group of small-population States has in the Electoral College. The U.S. Constitution says, “Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct...” and it is sad that all the States have abdicated this duty to the same morons who elected the legislators themselves. That is why campaign money plays such a big role in elections. The electors should be selected by a distinguished panel of experts. Conservative Republican electors might have voted for Mike Pence, even though he is boring, instead of Donald Trump, who is exciting, but an ignorant jackass. Liberal Democrats might have voted for Tulsi Gabbard, because she wants to end regime change wars and she has military experience a commander-in-chief needs, even if her campaign didn’t have a lot of money. Too many voters let pollsters and other voters tell them whom to vote for. They go by what their TV spoon-feeds them.

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K, DIANE JEWELL
... to KAHAN, FRANCES SARAH


KAHAN, FRANCES SARAH
... to KAKARIS, PHILIP D.


KAKARIS, REUBEN D.
... to KALRA, NEHA


KALRA, NITIN
... to KANAKRI, ASEEL M.


KANALAS, CHRISTOPHER J.
... to KANTOR, RAY


KANTOR, REID M.
... to KARAPETSAS, TEDDY


KARAPETSAS, TEDDY (ELEFTHERIOS)
... to KAROLAK, JASON E.


KAROLAK, JENNIFER E.
... to KASPER, CLAIRE EVELYN


KASPER, CLAIRE EVELYN
... to KATZ, ALAN M.


KATZ, ALAN M.
... to KAUR, HARPREET


KAUR, HARPREET
... to KAZIMORE, ROBERT A.


KAZIMORE, ROBERT A.
... to KEBER, KAYLA LEE


KEBER, KIMBERLY L.
... to KEENAN, ASHLEY NICOLE


KEENAN, ASHLEY NICOLE
... to KEGLEY, KRISTINA K.


KEGLEY, KRISTINA K.
... to KEITH, GLENN EDWARD


KEITH, GLENN EDWARD
... to KELLER, DOLORES J.


KELLER, DOLORES J.
... to KELLEY, BRAD NICHOLAS


KELLEY, BRANDEN NICHOLAS
... to KELLEY, WILLIAM ALLEN


KELLEY, WILLIAM ALLEN
... to KELLY, JANESE M.


KELLY, JANESE M.
... to KELLY COZZONE, CHERYL M.


KELLY-CROSS, CHRISTINE
... to KEMPER, RICKEY T.


KEMPER, RICK PAUL
... to KENNARD, RAYMOND BURKY


KENNARD, RAYMOND BURLEY
... to KENNEDY, MILDRED J.


KENNEDY, MILDRED S.
... to KENT, COLE EVAN


KENT, COLLEEN T.
... to KERL, DAVID C.


KERL, DONALD G.
... to KERR, JOHN C.


KERR, JOHN CARROLL
... to KESSLER, ANDREW JAY


KESSLER, ANDREW JAY
... to KEVELDER, JEFFREY ALLEN


KEVELDER, JEFFREY ALLEN
... to KHANAL, BHIMA DEVI


KHANAL, BHIMA DEVI
... to KIDD, LYNNETTE MARIE


KIDD, LYNN T.
... to KIESEL, KASSIDY ANN


KIESEL, KASSIDY ANN
... to KILGORE, VALERIE A.


KILGORE, VALERIE A.
... to KIMBER, CHRISTINA MARY


KIMBER, CHRISTINE LYNN
... to KINARD, JOSHUA L.


KINARD, JOY G.
... to KING, ANDREA R.


KING, ANDREA R.
... to KING, ELVIN RAY


KING, ELVIN RAY
... to KING, LARRY L.


KING, LARRY L.
... to KING, SHARON LEE


KING, SHARON LEE
... to KINKUS, ROBERT L.


KINKUS, ROBERT LEE
... to KINSEY, RONALD LEE


KINSEY, ROY A.
... to KIRCHNER, CHRISTOPHER S.


KIRCHNER, CLARA D.
... to KIRKLAND, HARRY WILLIAM


KIRKLAND, HARVEY K.
... to KISER, CARYL ELAINE


KISER, CARYL ELAINE
... to KISTLER, PHILOMENA C.


KISTLER, RACHEL REBECCA
... to KLAG, SCOTT GEORGE


KLAG, SCOTT GEORGE
... to KLEIN, JAMES M.


KLEIN, JAMES P.
... to KLEPASKI, DAVID J.


KLEPASKI, DAVID J.
... to KLINE, THOMAS CRANDALL


KLINE, THOMAS E.
... to KLOPFSTEIN, LYNN ELLEN


KLOPFSTEIN, MARY P.
... to KNAPKE, JOYCE A.


KNAPKE, JUDITH ANN
... to KNEPP, JONATHON L.


KNEPP, JONATHON LEE
... to KNIGHT, PRESTON LEE


KNIGHT, PRESTON LEE
... to KNOP, WILLIAM A.


KNOP, WILLIAM A.
... to KNOX, TINA M.


KNOX, TINA M.
... to KOCH, RACHEL ELIZABETH


KOCH, RACHEL ELYSE
... to KOEHN, KAITLYN M.


KOEHN, KATHLEEN A.
... to KOHL, LESLIE MICHELLE


KOHL, LILLIAN
... to KOLAT, BARBARA A.


KOLAT, BARBARA A.
... to KOMARA, BREANNA MAUREEN


KOMARA, CAYLE L.
... to KOOCHAKI, PATRICIA E.


KOOCHAKI, PATRICIA ELAINE
... to KOPSKY, JON F.


KOPSKY, MARLA KAY
... to KOSA, LOUIS FRANK


KOSA, MARIANNE FATH
... to KOTAR, LOUISA


KOTAR, MARIE E.
... to KOVACH, RICHARD J.


KOVACH, RICHARD J.
... to KOWALSKI, RONALD F.


KOWALSKI, RONALD FRANK
... to KRAGE, KATHERINE E.


KRAGE, KATHLEEN L.
... to KRAMER, THOMAS HENRY


KRAMER, THOMAS HENRY
... to KRAUTH, RICHARD P.


KRAUTH, RICHARD P.
... to KREKAN, MARY G.


KREKAN, NANCY G.
... to KRIEGER, DARCY MICHELLE


KRIEGER, DAVID C.
... to KROEZE, ANDREW GREGORY


KROEZE, DERIK
... to KRUEGER, KAITLYN ROSE


KRUEGER, KARA LEIGH
... to KRUTH, MARGARET E.


KRUTH, MARGARET ELIZABETH
... to KUCZMA, DOREEN PARKER


KUCZMA, EDWARD J.
... to KUHN, CODY PAUL


KUHN, CODY PAUL
... to KULIS, JACKLYN MARIE


KULIS, JACKLYN MARIE
... to KUNTZ, ALICE A.


KUNTZ, ALISON MARIE
... to KURTZ, MARY ANN


KURTZ, MARY BETH
... to KUZMA, CORINNA SUE


KUZMA, CORINNA SUE
... to KZYZHSKIY, VALEZIY