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"There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about" - Oscar Wilde.

Mayor Michael White and others know that he has done, and will continue to do, a wonderful job as mayor. And, as I have often told folks who are or have been critical of him because of ignorance or racist politics, "The more White does for the city, the more his opponents will criticize."

Mayor White's greatest gift is that when he makes so-called mistakes, those mistakes somehow end up benefiting all. White has a magical gift that others can't see, and the more independent he becomes, the more his gift(s) will become an inspiration to us all.

 

 

STANDING BY THE MAYOR THOUGH MANY ADMIT TO WHITE'S ATTITUDE PROBLEMS, THEIR PRAISE FOR WHAT HE'S ACCOMPLISHED IS UNWAVERING
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - June 4, 2000

 

 

GUY TEMPLETON BLACK

 
Edition: FINAL / ALL
Section: EDITORIALS & FORUM
Page: 10B
Column: Guy Templeton Black , a Natural Law Party candidate in the 10th Ohio House District, did not decline an invitation for a Plain Dealer endorsement interview as previously reported. He was not invited under our mistaken impression he was a write-in candidate whose name would not appear on the ballot. EDITORIALS
Correction: ****PUBLISHED CORRECTION**** The following published correction appeared on October 23, 2000:
Index Terms: PLAIN DEALER ENDORSEMENTS
Record Number: 10791052
Black , 59, a self-educated journalist and minister, practices transcendental meditation and promotes peace and nonviolence. He also promotes organic foods for health care, and he crusades against scientific experiments on animals.

"My fellow candidates are wonderful," he said. "They will make wonderful state representatives. And we need more women" in public office.

CANDIDATE WOULD ABOLISH BOARD, SCHOOL BUILDINGS

Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - Thursday, October 24, 1991
Author: MARK RUSSELL PLAIN DEALER REPORTER
Cleveland school board candidate Guy Templeton Black thinks he has the prescription for the myriad problems in the public schools system: Abolish the seven-member school board.

But beyond that sweeping solution, the write-in candidate's ideas take some unusual turns.

For example, Black would start neighborhood teaching centers, which he calls "manufactured school units," to allow parents to teach their own children. He doesn't say what would happen if either one or both parents work during the day.

Black also said such localized schools would solve most problems, including student performance, discipline and the school district's budget-deficit woes. But he can't spell out how the teaching centers would increase student performance on such basic tests as the college-entrance exams.

"Most people don't know that they can teach their kids legally at home," he said.

Black is competing against 22 other candidates - including three other write-ins - for the three four-year school board terms.

Black is a fixture in local politics. He has unsuccessfully sought election to become mayor, governor and a member of City Council.

There's one catch to Black 's support of the manufactured school units. He said his non-profit firm, called Quest Inc., which he called an altruistic organization, could provide the units to the board at a discount and said his firm would not make a profit.

Reminded that school board members are prohibited from doing business with the boards they sit on, Black responded: "It would not be a conflict of interest if you aren't making any money off the schools."

Black declined to discuss in much detail traditional school issues, such as student test scores, competency testing for teachers or court-ordered busing to achieve racial desegregation.

"I favor desegregation, period, and whatever helps get us all together ain't bad," Black said.

"The schools are not safe, and the kids are not taught specific subjects, such as sociology and psychology, for success in life," he added. Black also said Cleveland public schools had not focused on Afrocentric education.

"Parents could begin that process by teaching their kids about African history at home," said Black .

But he was quick to discuss what he termed schools that are not "earthquake proof" and why he wanted the school cafeterias to serve "natural, organic foods like vegetables, fruit and protein-rich foods."

"These old school buildings that are costing millions of dollars to maintain, and should be demolished or sold, will come down with the earthquakes," he said. "The manufactured units are small and earthquake resistant. It's highly unlikely that many kids in a manufactured unit would be injured or killed in an earthquake."

And on organic food: "Most of the people who work with the disadvantaged stop at a food cooperative or the health food store and buy the good foods," he said. "The same people who are trying to help are eating better than the people they are trying to help."

Age: 50 Never married, Black lives on Brayton Ave. in the Tremont area, west of downtown. He has no children. Born and reared in Cleveland, Black attended Cleveland public schools. He dropped out of high school in the tenth grade. "I'm proud that I did not graduate from the Cleveland public school system because I didn't learn anything," he said. Has attended Cuyahoga Community College, taking sociology classes.

Black is founder and president of Quest Inc., which is a non-profit organization which does dog-guide coaching, publishing, advocacy for assistance when existing institutions cannot or will not provide assistance for the needy.

WRITE-IN CANDIDATE CERTIFIED

Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - Thursday, March 27, 1986
Free-lance Cleveland journalist Guy Templeton Black became a certified
Democratic write-in candidate for governor WednesDAY, as Secretary of State
Sherrod Brown waived his $100 filing fee. Brown also waived the filing fee for Barbara Massey, a former Cleveland Urban League official and Black 's running
mate for lieutenant governor, according to Dave Shutt, a spokesman for the
secretary of state. The two claimed they should not have to pay a fee because they are indigent. Under Ohio's "sore loser" statute, Black will not be able
to run in the November general election as an independent should he lose in
the May 6 Democratic primary against Gov. Richard F. Celeste, Shutt said. ds

MOTHER NAMED AS RUNNING MATE

Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - Monday, July 21, 1986
Guy Templeton Black , the candidate for governor of Ohio who has yet to
officially qualify for the race, boasts he has attained a first as a candidate for the governorship. The 44-year-old Black , of Cleveland, has named his
mother as his running mate for lieutenant governor. After searching for months for a candidate, Black decided last week that home was where his political
heart was and he tapped his 74-year-old mother for the honor. `Only in
America,' said Black . `You can always rely on good ol' mom.' Lottie Sulzer, a widow who has never run for office, said she volunteered to become a candidate after her son had difficulty finding a suitable running mate. Black has asked Secretary of State Sherrod Brown to waive the filing fee for his candidacy
because he says he is indigent. Black , a free-lance writer and photographer,
said he earned less than $1,000 last year. DL
Memo: Metro Brief / In Ohio

8 CERTIFIED FOR BALLOTS

Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - Wednesday, October 1, 1986
A Wadsworth woman is among the eight persons certified as write-in
candidates for the Nov. 4 statewide ballot by Secretary of State Sherrod
Brown. Katie S. Smith is a candidate for lieutenant governor on a Libertarian Party ticket with Thomas V. Brown of the Dayton suburb of Oakwood, who is
running for governor. Others certified for governor and lieutenant governor
were: Guy Templeton Black and his mother, Lottie May Sulzer, both of
Cleveland; and Robert L. Scherr, Toledo, and Mark J. Rahn, Cincinnati. Two
write-in candidates for U.S. Senate were certified. They are Kathleen M.
Button, Cleveland, and William M. Harris, Worthington. Most of the write-in
candidates are independents, but Ms. Button, Ms. Scherr and Rahn are
affiliated with the Socialist Workers Party, and Brown and Ms. Smith are
Libertarians. ds
Memo: Metro Brief

Guy Templeton Black , a Tremont neighborhood activist and director of a ministry for the poor called Quest Inc., said Oakar helped with things as trivial as removing rusty mufflers that littered Tremont, and as great as getting the Abbey St. bridge rebuilt and reopened in 1991, a decade after the demolition of its 92-year-old predecessor.

"No one did it but her," Black said.

He called the indictment "a vendetta of the male-dominated structure in Washington."

Black , the Natural Law Party candidate, has a unique idea for representation.

"I will have a co-state representative with me every day and I will pay them half of my salary," he said. "They will follow me around and learn. It would be state rep for a day, but every day. That's government as represented by the people."

Black said he would also enforce equal rights for women, minorities, gays and lesbians.

Black said he would also try to outlaw nonvoluntary experiments on humans and other species.

"There are 25 million other species, cat, dogs, birds, etc.," he said. "They are all tortured and slaughtered with public funds. We humans will never solve our problems until we treat other species as equals. That's called karma."

Even his challengers, Republican Hiawatha Nowden and Independent Guy Templeton Black , think James is a nice guy .

Said Black : "If I were elected, I would resign and appoint him; and hopefully he would appoint me as an administrative assistant."

Both Black and Nowden know it is unlikely either will topple the veteran James in this district that includes the Central and Hough neighborhoods and other parts of Cleveland's East Side.

James handily beat his four Democratic challengers in May, receiving almost twice as many votes as the second-place finisher.

Winning is not everything to Black , whom some refer to as "Mr. November." Since 1985, barely an election has passed without Black 's name appearing on the ballot. Among the offices Black has unsuccessfully sought are City Council, governor, congressman, Cleveland mayor, Cleveland Board of Education and state attorney general.

"I know a lot about a lot of things, and I want to share," said Black , who heads Quest, Ministries, a social-service and advocacy group.

In an overwhelmingly Democratic district, Nowden knows his chances of winning are slim.

"African-Americans must resolve the reality that this is a two-party system," said Nowden, who is black . "With the Republicans being in the majority [in the legislature], I could have more of an impact than a Democrat."

James said his party may not be in control, but he has something else going for him - 32 years of seniority.

Nowden said James' longevity and popularity have not helped him in doing a good job for the district. Nowden said he was not alone with such sentiments. In March, the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party declined to endorse James when he was unable to garner the necessary 60 percent support of party Executive Committee members.

James said he has been an effective lawmaker. During this session he has introduced five bills, including one that would expand the policing power of public housing authorities' police departments. The measure passed the House and is pending in the Senate. The Senate Judiciary Committee approved the bill May 28.

James said he intended to do something about the housing issue that brought constituents to the recent City Council meeting. The council unanimously passed a resolution, sponsored by Councilman Frank Jackson, expressing concern about a trend of the Department of Housing and Urban Development canceling the contracts of private landlords who had received federal subsidies to house low-income renters.

"I'd like the state [legislature] to get a resolution like the city of Cleveland," he said.

Both Black and Nowden agree subsidized housing should be of concern to anyone who represents the district, since it contains the highest concentration of such housing in the county.

Nowden said welfare reform is among the issues he would face if elected. He supports training programs, like those run by Cleveland Works and the Black Trades Council.

Black said that if elected, he would give three-fourths of his pay "to anyone who wants to be a co-state representative," in order to encourage residents to participate in the political process. He said he would seek to outlaw unethical medical procedures on humans and animals.

Caption: BOX: Ohio House (10th District) Term: Two years Salary:$42,427 PHOTO (COLOR): NO CREDIT Troy Lee James (D) BOX: Troy Lee James (D) Age: 74. Residence: Cleveland. Occupation: State legislator. Education: Attended the former Western Reserve University (now Case Western Reserve University) and the former Fenn College (now Cleveland State University) Previous Elective Office: State representative for 32 years. PHOTO : NO CREDIT GuyTempletonBlack (I) BOX: GuyTempletonBlack (I) Age: 57. Residence: Cleveland. Occupation: Journalist; pastor of Quest, Ministries. Education: Describes himself as self-educated. Previous Elective Office: None. PHOTO : NO CREDIT Hiawatha Nowden (R) BOX: Hiawatha Nowden (R) Age: 43. Residence: Cleveland. Occupation: Social worker, ordained minister and owner of Nowden Limousine & Transportation Service. Education: Master's degree, Tennessee State University; bachelor's degree American Baptist Theolocial Seminary. Previous Elective Office: None.
Memo: This article appeared on the Ohio page.
The successor to State Rep. Troy Lee James is certain to be a woman, not a Guy .

Annie L. Key, Caroline Gioitta and Guy Templeton Black are seeking the 10th District seat. But Black , perennial candidate of the Natural Law Party, said that if by some long shot he is elected, he "will probably resign and give it to Annie."

"She deserves it, karma-wise," he said. 

Black , 59, a self-educated journalist and minister, practices transcendental meditation and promotes peace and nonviolence. He also promotes organic foods for health care, and he crusades against scientific experiments on animals.

"My fellow candidates are wonderful," he said. "They will make wonderful state representatives. And we need more women" in public office.

Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - March 27, 1986
Length: 110 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
Free-lance Cleveland journalist Guy Templeton Black became a certified Democratic write-in candidate for governor WednesDAY, as Secretary of State Sherrod Brown waived his $100 filing fee. Brown also waived the filing fee for Barbara Massey, a former Cleveland Urban League official and Black's running mate for lieutenant governor, according to Dave Shutt, a spokesman for the secretary of state. The two claimed they should not have to pay a fee because they are...
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GOVERNOR CANDIDATE SEEKS A RUNNING MATE
Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - June 3, 1986
Length: 170 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
A 44-year-old Ohio gubernatorial candidate from Cleveland is looking for someone to join him in a write-in campaign this fall. Guy Templeton Black not only lost in May in his write-in campaign in the Democratic primary, he has since lost his running mate, Barbara Arnold Massey, when she expressed interest in switching spots with Black. "She said she could get more contributions from friends if she were the candidate for governor," Black said.
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MOTHER NAMED AS RUNNING MATE
Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - July 21, 1986
Length: 150 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
Guy Templeton Black, the candidate for governor of Ohio who has yet to officially qualify for the race, boasts he has attained a first as a candidate for the governorship. The 44-year-old Black, of Cleveland, has named his mother as his running mate for lieutenant governor. After searching for months for a candidate, Black decided last week that home was where his political heart was and he tapped his 74-year-old mother for the honor. `Only in America,' said...
8 CERTIFIED FOR BALLOTS
Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - October 1, 1986
Length: 131 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
A Wadsworth woman is among the eight persons certified as write-in candidates for the Nov. 4 statewide ballot by Secretary of State Sherrod Brown. Katie S. Smith is a candidate for lieutenant governor on a Libertarian Party ticket with Thomas V. Brown of the Dayton suburb of Oakwood, who is running for governor. Others certified for governor and lieutenant governor were: Guy Templeton Black and his mother, Lottie May Sulzer, both of Cleveland; and Robert L. Scherr
WRITE-IN CANDIDATE CERTIFIED
Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - March 27, 1986
Length: 110 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
Free-lance Cleveland journalist Guy Templeton Black became a certified Democratic write-in candidate for governor WednesDAY, as Secretary of State Sherrod Brown waived his $100 filing fee. Brown also waived the filing fee for Barbara Massey, a former Cleveland Urban League official and Black's running mate for lieutenant governor, according to Dave Shutt, a spokesman for the secretary of state. The two claimed they should not have to pay a fee because they a are indigent
MOTHER NAMED AS RUNNING MATE
Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - July 21, 1986
Length: 150 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
Guy Templeton Black, the candidate for governor of Ohio who has yet to officially qualify for the race, boasts he has attained a first as a candidate for the governorship. The 44-year-old Black, of Cleveland, has named his mother as his running mate for lieutenant governor. After searching for months for a candidate, Black decided last week that home was where his political heart was and he tapped his 74-year-old mother for the honor. `Only in America,' said...
8 CERTIFIED FOR BALLOTS
Akron Beacon Journal (OH) - October 1, 1986
Length: 131 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
A Wadsworth woman is among the eight persons certified as write-in candidates for the Nov. 4 statewide ballot by Secretary of State Sherrod Brown. Katie S. Smith is a candidate for lieutenant governor on a Libertarian Party ticket with Thomas V. Brown of the Dayton suburb of Oakwood, who is running for governor. Others certified for governor and lieutenant governor were: Guy Templeton Black and his mother, Lottie May Sulzer, both of Cleveland; and Robert L. Scherr
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GUY T. BLACK
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - October 29, 1991
Length: 426 words (Estimated printed pages: 2)
Cleveland school board candidate Guy Templeton Black thinks he has the prescription for the myriad problems in the public schools system: abolish the seven-member school board. Beyond that sweeping solution, the write-in candidate's ideas take some unusual turns. For example, Black would seek establishment of neighborhood teaching centers, called manufactured school units, to allow parents to teach their own children. He doesn't say what would happen if the parents...
12.
GET INVOLVED, THEY SAY, BUT HOW?
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - October 29, 1991
Length: 1396 words (Estimated printed pages: 5)
Some Cleveland school board candidates stress that more parents must become involved if they expect better performance from their children. These candidates are adamant that part of the blame for low achievement in city schools is at home. But many of the 27 contenders, including five write-in candidates, are not as outspoken in offering solutions to getting more parents involved in their children's education. "They are quick to complain about parental...
14.
CASE AGAINST TREMONT TRAILER DROPPED, MAY BOUNCE BACK
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - November 16, 1991
Length: 317 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
Guy Templeton Black won a long battle this week in Cleveland's Housing Court against charges of illegally storing a 50-foot mobile home on a vacant lot in Tremont, but he still may face another skirmish. Housing Court Judge William H. Corrigan, citing the age of the case, which began in 1987, dismissed the charges on Wednesday. He suggested if the city wanted to pursue the issue, it should file another citation, according to Corrigan's baliff, Michael Foley. Tim...
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COUNCIL HOPEFULS, CONGRESSIONAL WRITE-INS FILE
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - September 25, 1992
Length: 144 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
Yesterday marked the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections deadline for filing candidacy petitions for a special council election in Brook Park, a Parma charter commission and congressional write-in candidates. In Brook Park, three candidates, Susan B. Guard, David A. Morris and Dennis P. Patten, are seeking City Council's Ward 1 seat. The seat had been held by Michael D. Gammella who became council president last month when former Council President James E. Cavanaugh resigned for...
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STOKES MAKES RACE AN ISSUE MAYOR ROTHSCHILD SAYS WOMEN ARE A MINORITY IN CONGRESS
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - October 28, 1992
Length: 509 words (Estimated printed pages: 2)
Candidates for the 11th Congressional District went on the air and on the offensive yesterday accusing each other of lying, abusing taxpayer's dollars, inexperience and racism. During a debate on WVIZ Channel 25, Rep. Louis Stokes, Ohio's only black congressman, criticized his Republican opponent, University Heights Mayor Beryl Rothschild, for her city's failure to employ any black police officers or firefighters. "To have an all-white police...
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, GREENE COUNTY/ VOTERS' CHECKLIST
Dayton Daily News (OH) - November 1, 1994
Length: 578 words (Estimated printed pages: 3)
* denotes incumbent GOVERNOR-AND LT. GOVERNOR Vote for one slate * Robert L. Burch Jr. and Peter Lawson Jones (D) * George V. Voinovich* and Nancy P. Hollister (R) * Billy R. Inmon and Norm Myers (I) * Keith W. Hatton and Luter E. Wills (Write-In) * Michael Italie and Kibwe Diarra (Write-In) ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for one * Lee Fisher* (D) * Betty Montgomery (R) * Guy Templeton Black (Write-in) AUDITOR OF STATE * Jim Petro (R) * Randall W.
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OLD FRIENDS STAND BY OAKAR SAY FEDERAL INDICTMENTS ARE POLITICAL `WITCH HUNT'
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - February 24, 1995
Length: 648 words (Estimated printed pages: 2)
As a politician, Mary Rose Oakar often played the role of defender. Now, under indictment, she has become the defended. Those she helped are a loyal lot. They use words like "witch hunt" and "vendetta" when talking about the investigation and the charges against her. "All the good she did could never be erased by this little scandal," said Kathy Kubicina. Kubicina credits Oakar with standing by her when...
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DISTRICT 10 BATTLE CENTERS ON CANDIDATES' CHARACTERS
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - February 28, 1996
Length: 715 words (Estimated printed pages: 3)
The candidates in State House District 10 disagree more about character than ideology. The campaign has focused on the incumbent's health and residency, a challenger's indictment for assault and kidnapping, and another challenger's emphasis on these negative issues. Incumbent Troy Lee James is facing Timothy F. Johnson, Annie L. Key and Preston H. Terry III in the Democratic primary March 19. The winner will face Guy Templeton Black of the Natural Law...
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28.
OHIO HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - March 21, 1996
Length: 577 words (Estimated printed pages: 2)
DISTRICT 8 100% of precincts Richard L. Norris (D) 1,192 C.J. Prentiss* (D) 6,983 Republican write-in candidate Benjamin D. Malbasa and Natural Law Party candidate Ashok Lenin were nominated without opposition. DISTRICT 9 Incumbent Democrat Barbara Boyd and Republican Michael D. Baker were nominated without opposition. DISTRICT 10 100% of precincts Troy Lee James* (D) 3,011 Timothy F. Johnson (D) 845 Annie L. Key (D) 1,404 Preston H. Terry III (D) 923 Natural Law Party candidate...
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NATURAL LAW HOPEFUL TESTS 15-TERM WINNER
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - October 10, 1996
Length: 351 words (Estimated printed pages: 2)
Guy Templeton Black, the Mr. November of Cleveland elections, will try again next month. Black has lost races for City Council, mayor and school board. He also ran unsuccessfully for governor 10 years ago and for Congress in 1992. Now, Black is trying for the Statehouse, running in District 10 against Democrat Troy Lee James, who has held the job since 1966 and is seeking his 16th two-year term. James, 71 and the dean of Ohio's black legislators, says this will be his final...
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OHIO HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - November 7, 1996
Length: 382 words (Estimated printed pages: 2)
DISTRICT 8 100% of precincts Ashok Lenin (NL) 612 Benjamin D. Malbasa (R) 3,563 C.J. Prentiss* (D) 23,654 DISTRICT 10 100% of precincts Guy Templeton Black (NL) 2,046 Troy Lee James* (D) 17,596 DISTRICT 11 100% of precincts Zanna Feitler (NL) 1,143 Peter Lawson Jones (D) 29,596 Thomas Pekarek (R) 7,824 DISTRICT 12 100% of precincts Dale Debelak (R) 4,429 Vermel M. Whalen* (D) 27,517 DISTRICT 13 100% of precincts Jeff McNeely (R) 6,547 Barbara C. Pringle*.
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INCUMBENT POPULAR WITH FRIENDS AND FOES
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - October 16, 1998
Length: 774 words (Estimated printed pages: 3)
One does not need to look at election results to see that 10th District State Rep. Troy Lee James is popular with the voters. After a recent Cleveland City Council meeting at which a few hundred of his constituents showed their support for federally subsidized housing, many of them patiently waited to speak with James. Many just wanted to reminisce, often recalling tales from more than 30 years ago at the store James owned in the Central neighborhood. Between the hugs and back slaps, James...
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STANDING BY THE MAYOR THOUGH MANY ADMIT TO WHITE'S ATTITUDE PROBLEMS, THEIR PRAISE FOR WHAT HE'S ACCOMPLISHED IS UNWAVERING
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - June 4, 2000
Length: 1191 words (Estimated printed pages: 4)
Regarding the May 29 article "Few want schools in White's hands": I suspect that Mayor Michael White doesn't want to be involved with running the schools, but has been forced to get involved because of continuing problems. Although recent Plain Dealer "news stories" have attacked White, the facts seem to boil down to these: Cleveland is a much better city, thanks to Mike White. Investigations of improprieties in...
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OHIO HOUSE DISTRICT 10
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - October 17, 2000
Length: 313 words (Estimated printed pages: 1)
After more than 30 years in the legislature, term limits will soon bring an end to the long career of State Rep. Troy Lee James. To James' successor will fall the burden of representing Ohio's poorest district, one that is challenged on almost every imaginable urban issue. Unfortunately, District 10, which is overwhelmingly Democrat, has often failed to produce candidates who possess the energy, experience and talent needed to create positive change from the..
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OHIO HOUSE
Plain Dealer, The (Cleveland, OH) - November 9, 2000
Length: 421 words (Estimated printed pages: 2)
District 8 100% of precincts Ronnie B. Jones (I) 3,750 Shirley A. Smith* (D) 25,409 District 9 100% of precincts Theodore Guerry (R) 3,056 Alan Rapoport (I) 6,044 Claudette J. Woodard (D) 24,511 District 10 100% of precincts Guy Templeton Black (NL) 1,747 Caroline Gioitta (R) 2,044 Annie L. Key (D) 17,240 District 11 100% of precincts Peter Lawson Jones* (D) 33,327 Ron Lisy (R) 7,273 District 12 Incumbent Democrat John E. Barnes Jr. was elected without...

 

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