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The Bill Clinton train tour: “Bill Clinton played partial domestic healer and part
anger-management consultant on Tuesday as he sought to patch adult slow wounds in Appalachian
Ohio,”
Dispatch contributor Randy Ludlow writes.

“The two-term Democratic boss who presided over a sepulchral economy in a 1990s always
played good in Appalachian Ohio. He attempted to build a box that his success can be solid with his
wife Hillary Clinton in a White House during his initial day of a two-day discuss of Ohio. It is
scheduled to continue currently with a breakfast in Youngstown and an eventuality in Canton.”


What Bill said: “She wants to repair your wounds, stitch them up, mount we up, tear
down a totem poles (of amicable standing) so we can all go brazen together.”


Clinton’s charisma: Ludlow also sum how
Clinton
worked a room during a integrate sell stops.

“He perplexed diners during a Third Street Deli in Marietta and a Sonny Boy grill in
Bridgeport, simply chatting on any subject and posing for a relentless tide of cellphone photos
with everybody in sight,”
Ludlow
writes.

“Clinton gay in deliberating a story of Marietta – a initial permanent settlement
established in a Northwest Territory in 1788 – with diners and deli staff. He forked out that
slavery was abolished in a new U.S. turf.”

There was also this: “When a heckler during Ohio University shouted during Clinton for
passing a landmark 1994 crime bill, that enclosed drug sentencing discipline that resulted in
the disproportional bonds of black offenders, he responded with an conflict on a one guy
his mother many needs flattered and happy: Bernie Sanders,”
Politico’s
Glenn Thrush writes.

“Hillary didn’t opinion for a ’94 crime bill, even yet Senator Sanders did,” Clinton told
the heckler – before clarifying a bit: “Neither one of them were perplexing to send millions of your
people to jail since there were fewer than 10 percent of a whole jail race are in
the sovereign jail system.”

Might not assistance with Sanders perplexing to assistance Clinton.

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The VP debate: “Republican Mike Pence was ease and solid in a face of Democrat
Tim Kaine’s burning and visit challenges. But when it came to fortifying Donald Trump, Pence
dodged, sidestepped or was wordless about some of his using mate’s many provocative words,”
Associated
Press reporters Julie Pace and Thomas Beaumont write.

“Kaine aggressively pressured Pence to attest for Trump via a 90-minute debate, often
citing a ardent businessman’s possess words. Pence shielded Trump’s taxation history, though maneuvered around
criticism of Trump’s demeaning comments about women, his open jealous of President Barack
Obama’s citizenship and broader questions about temperament.”


What Kaine said: “I can’t suppose how Governor Pence can urge a insult-driven,
me-first character of Donald Trump.”


What Pence said: “The diseased and feeble unfamiliar process of Hillary Clinton and
Barack Obama has awaked an charge in Russia that initial seemed in Russia a few years ago. All
the while, all we do is overlay a arms and contend we’re not carrying talks anymore.”

Other headlines from a debate: Here’s what others wrote …

Politico:
Campaigns spin prosaic VP debate

Washington Post:
Pence and Kaine punch over that debate is some-more ‘insult-driven’

New York Times:
Kaine and Pence Forced to Play Defense

Wall Street Journal:
Tim Kaine, Mike Pence Defend Their Running Mates in Fervid Debate

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Mark your calendar: President Barack Obama
will debate for Clinton in Cleveland Oct. 14. He’ll already be in a state
for a Ohio Democratic Party’s state cooking a day before.

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What Rudy said:

Cleveland.com’s Andrew J. Tobias sat down
with former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani while he was in Cleveland Tuesday. See what he
had to contend about because he believes Donald Trump will be improved for a African American
community.

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Clinton outspends Trump in Ohio, nationally:

Mark Murray with NBC News reports
Clinton has spent $113 million on ads, compared to $27 million for Trump. In Ohio, Team
Clinton has spent $31.2 million and Team Trump has spent $9.6 million.

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The life of a tracker: “If you’re looking for an entry-level pursuit in politics, and
you don’t mind being a thorn in a opponent’s side, campaigns have a gig for you: tracker,”

Ideastream’s Nick Castele writes.

“Trackers follow hostile possibilities wherever they go and record them with handheld video
cameras. If possibilities contend embarrassing, fake or descent things, those videos competence end
up in a subsequent conflict ad.”

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Don’t trust all on a internet: “Secretary of State Jon Husted is now
voicing his exasperation with an essay claiming ‘tens of thousands’ of fake Hillary Clinton
votes had been found in a room somewhere in Franklin County,”
Dispatch contributor Kaitline Fochesato writes.

“The article, published by a Christian Times Newspaper on Sept. 30, has been debunked. The
Franklin County Board of Elections

said final week that they investigated a explain and found it to be false.”

“A Christian myself, we take offense to reading such unimaginable lies from a publication
alleging Christian ties,” Husted said.

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On a countdown: 34 days until a ubiquitous election.

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In other news: “U.S. immigration officials have deported a suspected Bosnian war
criminal who was given an endowment by Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel after his self-assurance for fibbing on
forms to benefit interloper status,”

Cleveland.com’s Eric Helsig writes.


Mandel’s reaction: Spokesman Chris Berry pronounced in a email that “The Treasurer’s
Office was unknowingly of these unfortunate sum and strongly condemns Mr. Maslenjak.” He pronounced the
office does not do credentials checks on nominees, “but as a outcome of this knowledge we will more
thoroughly examination intensity awardees.”

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