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Fri Nov 16, 2018, 10:10 AM

Dear Congressman Tim Ryan, you're entitled to your own opinion, and I am entitled to my own

vote.

I live in Ohio and wonder what you are thinking by asserting Nancy Pelosi can be replaced by, say, another women?

My network here in NE Ohio is buzzing and pretty much agree that should you decide to run for state wide office...you would lose a high number of votes.

Tone deaf much?

Respectfully,
A Nancy Pelosi is the right person at this time fan.

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Reply Dear Congressman Tim Ryan, you're entitled to your own opinion, and I am entitled to my own (Original post)
Ninga Nov 2018 OP
Polly Hennessey Nov 2018 #1
irisblue Nov 2018 #2
Ninga Nov 2018 #3
irisblue Nov 2018 #4
Ninga Nov 2018 #8
irisblue Nov 2018 #5
Me. Nov 2018 #6
Ninga Nov 2018 #7

Response to Ninga (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 10:17 AM

1. Well done, dear Ninga.

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Response to Ninga (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 10:24 AM

2. Excellent. I'm an Ohio voter too.

Time for a letter. And maybe anote to David Pepper, Ohio Dem Party Chair juussst to make a point. Yeah I know a state level dude + a fed level dude, but they do talk.

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Response to irisblue (Reply #2)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 11:00 AM

3. Sadly, David Pepper seems ineffective and Ryan will only accept email from his

district....

Ryan and Fudge seem rather determined.

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Response to Ninga (Reply #3)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 11:21 AM

4. Peppers 1st yr. Remember Chris Redfern? What a tool & fool

Redfern pumped up Ryan for several offices.
Pepper has done some good ground recruiting, from the small bit I've seen. >Ohio Dems need an infusion of national $, which it didn't get during Wasserman Schultz era.and that ~was~a lost opportunity.

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Response to irisblue (Reply #4)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 11:58 AM

8. Redfern was very divisive and anti NE Ohio. He was

very difficult to work with.

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Response to Ninga (Reply #3)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 11:22 AM

5. As to writing Ryan...I got stamps, pen & paper.

And a gf who will let me use her land addy. 😔

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Response to Ninga (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 11:39 AM

6. This Is What I Found Out About Tim Ryan

“Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan (Ohio) is going against party leaders and calling for a business friendly agenda ahead of the 2018-midterm elections.

Ryan, a fast-rising Democrat from industrial Ohio, is challenging Democrats to take a different approach to big business and work with corporate America to create jobs.

"We can’t just be the party of redistribution of wealth; we need to be the party of the creation of wealth in communities all over the country, not to just Silicon Valley, not just Wall Street, but all over."

https://thehill.com/video/lawmaker-interviews/348776-rising-dem-star-tim-ryan-splits-with-party-endorses-corporate-tax

Five reasons why Rep. Tim Ryan probably won't be our next president

“Ryan's latest congressional campaign finance report shows he spent more than $7,600 to buy an Iowa list from D'Alessandro's unsuccessful congressional campaign, and that he made numerous political trips in recent months to states including New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida and Texas. Ryan has been making the rounds of early presidential primary states ever since his unsuccessful 2016 challenge to House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi earned him national buzz as a potential Democratic party leader.

Although Ryan thinks he might be able to reverse his party's fortunes because of his appeal to the sort of blue-collar voters who backed Trump, there are reasons to be skeptical of Ryan's White House chances. Ohio has had plenty of presidents throughout its history, but nobody from the state has been elected president since 1920 – when Republican Sen. Warren Harding of Marion won. Harding died in office after having one of the nation's most scandal-plagued administrations.”
https://www.cleveland.com/expo/news/erry-2018/07/a4f7925c287758/five-reasons-why-rep-tim-ryan.html

“MORNING JOE: Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) discusses how Democrats are recalibrating after the election, why Democrats need to meet with Trump, his advice to Nancy Pelosi and his political future. Ryan said Democrats have talked about blue-collared workers more in the last few weeks than in the past few years.

MIKA BRZEZINSKI: What do you think about Democrats heading into Trump Tower to meet with the president-elect? Do you have an issue with that? Would you have an issue with that?

REP. TIM RYAN (D-OH): No, I think you've got to have these conversations. Look, he won. I mean, we can't sit here and act like we're just going to obstruct from the very beginning. He won. We have an obligation. And for my personal example, a lot of people voted for me and voted for Donald Trump; voted for Joe Manchin, voted for Donald Trump. Probably a lot more for Joe Manchin than Donald Trump than for me and Donald Trump. But having said that, we have an obligation to sit down and figure out what are the sweet spots that we can find that are going to help working-class people. We have an obligation to go and try to find out what that is. It doesn't mean that we have to make a deal right there, but let's start those conversations.”

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/12/15/dem_rep_tim_ryan_democrats_have_an_obligation_to_work_with_donald_trump.html

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Response to Me. (Reply #6)

Fri Nov 16, 2018, 11:55 AM

7. Thank you. Very interesting and revealing read.

Not much to like.

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