Hite outspends opponents, makes $50,0...

Hite outspends opponents, makes $50,000 donation

There are 6 comments on the TheCourier.com story from Apr 26, 2014, titled Hite outspends opponents, makes $50,000 donation. In it, TheCourier.com reports that:

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer State Sen. Cliff Hite, R-Findlay, is outspending his two challengers in the Republican primary, but he's contributing even more to the campaigns of other Ohio Senate candidates.

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lolz

Lima, OH

#1 Apr 26, 2014
buying his way in
just asking

Blacklick, OH

#2 Apr 26, 2014
And or so?
idiots

Alexandria, OH

#3 Apr 26, 2014
lolz wrote:
buying his way in
So how much do your heroes like Obama and clinton spend. How much will your candidate spend?

There and old saying that money talks and BS walks.

You need to get a life.
gasp

Delphos, OH

#4 Apr 26, 2014
politicians buying their way into office? I'm stunned! In other news, the earth is round.
Female

Mason, OH

#5 Apr 26, 2014
High spending is required for access to mass media such as TV, radio, and newspapers.

If only the governent would force TV, radio,and newpapers to lower their prices for buying political advertising, the campaign spending problem would go away.

Opps, I almost forgot; TV,radio and newspapers need money too, and most media owners are leftist money grubbbers.

Since corporations can't vote, its only fair that larger media corporations be forced to accept all political advertising regardless of the ability to pay. It's only fair.
duh

United States

#6 Apr 27, 2014
Female wrote:
High spending is required for access to mass media such as TV, radio, and newspapers.
If only the governent would force TV, radio,and newpapers to lower their prices for buying political advertising, the campaign spending problem would go away.
Opps, I almost forgot; TV,radio and newspapers need money too, and most media owners are leftist money grubbbers.
Since corporations can't vote, its only fair that larger media corporations be forced to accept all political advertising regardless of the ability to pay. It's only fair.
corporations vote all the time, they do it by financially backing the candidates of their choices, who will vote in their favor on any issue, like tax breaks for the rich, wars for profit, lax environmental laws, and on, and on. Want to clean up Washington? make being in Congress on the level of severing in the peace corp as far as benefits and salary

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