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(Toledo News Now) -
This week's primary election is being characterized by
some as a surprise.
It looks a lot more like a slap in the collective faces
of the traditional political power brokers. The two candidates still
standing are Independents. Neither was endorsed by the Democratic Party.
The unions galvanized behind someone else, and The Blade-endorsed
candidate fretted, fizzled and faded.
The city council results also supported Independents over
party regulars. There must be some vigorous head-scratching taking place
as the voting is analyzed. The political sages are offering up the
requisite ‘coulda, shoulda, woulda,' but that won't change a thing.
There is a lot of talk about what went wrong. The