Politics & Policy

Portman Campaign Issues Snarky Pop Quiz to Fisher

In a reaction to this story, about Ohio secretary of state and former U.S. Senate candidate selling her bus, which she named “Courage,” the Portman Campaign asks the following “Pop Quiz” question of the victor in the Democratic primary:

If Secretary Brunner Is Selling “Courage,” What’s Lee Fisher Selling?

A)    A Failed Record As Ohio’s Job Czar

B)    Enthusiastic Cheerleading Of Washington’s Job-Killing Policies

C)    False Attacks On Rob Portman Sending Ohio’s Jobs Overseas When 6 Times As Many Jobs Have Gone To Other States In The Last Three Years Than Have Gone Overseas?

D)    All Of The Above

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