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eridani Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed May-04-11 02:37 AM
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1. I was at the state party meeting in Wenatchee. However, consider the folloing thread from GD

Ohio will lose two congressional seats in next year's redistricting, while Washington state will gain one.

A trip to Washington state by Rep. Dennis Kucinich last weekend set West Coast media abuzz with rumors that that the Cleveland Democratic congressman plans to seek their state's new congressional seat.

Kucinich's office won't deny those rumors. After the former Cleveland mayor and longshot presidential candidate put out the word nationwide that his current district may be zeroed out when Ohio's congressional seats are remapped, his spokesman says he "received requests from people in 20 states, including Washington state, encouraging him to move and run in their area."

"Congressman Kucinich appreciates the interest expressed in his public service," Kucinich spokesman Nathan White said in an email. "As he has repeatedly said, he fully intends to remain in Congress; he just doesn't know in what district he will run. In the meantime, he is devoted to serving Ohio's 10th district as it currently stands."
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