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Ohio Hopeful Seeks a Quack in the Armor
Democrat Tim Hagan has a lot going against him in his bid to defeat Ohio Gov. Bob Taft (R).

Ohio Election News
Down, but Maybe Not Out: As an Independent, Traficant Could Strike Back From Behind Bars (washingtonpost.com, July 26, 2002; 10:00 AM)

Traficant's Bid Quixotic, But Impact Debated (Congressional Quarterly, July 25, 2002)

Remap, Trade Issues Sink Rep. Sawyer in Ohio Primary (Congressional Quarterly, May 8, 2002)

Sawyer Loses in Ohio Primary: Eight-Term Democrat Sought Seat in New District (Post, May 8, 2002)

Traficant Files for Reelection as Independent (Congressional Quarterly, May 7, 2002; 9:00 AM)

Remap Complicate Sawyer's Ohio Reelection Bid (Congressional Quarterly, May 3, 2002; 8:13 PM)

Publishers-Turned-Pols Face Scrutiny (Congressional Quarterly, April 26, 2002; 7:43 PM)

Old Foe Giving Ohio's Gillmor Run for His Money (Congressional Quarterly, April 24, 2002; 5:43 PM)

Ohio GOP's Bid for Hall's Seat Produces Hot Contest (Congressional Quarterly, April 22, 2002; 2:41 PM)

Traficant Vows to Run Again as Independent (Post, April 13, 2002)

End of Traficant Trial Clears Air for Democrats (Congressional Quarterly, April 12, 2002; 7:15 AM)

Ohio Destined to Elect Black Female Lieutenant Governor (Post, Feb. 23, 2002)

Ohio Set to Elect Black Female Lt. Governor (Post, Feb. 23, 2002)


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