And the former prez sends out the following fundraising email on the flailing incumbent’s behalf:
I’m visiting Ohio today to campaign side-by-side with my good friend, Governor Ted Strickland. This year’s elections come down to one thing: who’s the best candidate to create jobs?
I like to think I know something about prosperity and jobs. While I was President, America created 23 million jobs — the largest economic expansion in modern history. And there’s no question in my mind: Ted has exactly what it takes to grow Ohio jobs from the ground-up.
General Electric wants nothing to do with Steve Driehaus:
Rep. Steve Driehaus’ latest television ad is going to be revised – but not because of his Republican opponent or the Tea Party, both of whom were attacked in the commercial.
The unexpected request came from GE, the company that serves as the backdrop of the Congressman’s second campaign ad, “1,000 jobs.”
“GE wants us to take their logo off,” Tim Mulvey, spokesperson for the Driehaus campaign, confirmed on Tuesday. He said changes should be completed by the end of the day.
And Mary Jo Kilroy has her first negative ad: