Dennis Kucinich (OH-D) Fears He Will Lose Seat Due to 2010 US Census Reapportionment


Dennis Kucinich, the far Left, progressive Democrat, Ohio Congressman might lose his seat due to the 2010 Census  reapportionment redistricting.  The state of Ohio lost two House seats, going down from 18 districts to 16 following the 2010 Census. It appears that “moonbat” Dennis Kucinich’s seat might be carved up into other districts.

The state of Ohio will lose two congressional seats thanks to the latest U.S. Census figures, and liberal stalwart Dennis Kucinich is worried his seat is on the chopping block.

In an e-mail to supporters Wednesday, the seven-term Democratic congressman and two-time presidential candidate says the Republican-controlled Ohio legislature is likely to eliminate his heavily Democratic Cleveland-area district.

Kucinich email to supporters:

“I will not wait until a new Ohio map is produced to begin this crucial discussion of the consequences of congressional redistricting,” writes Kucinich. “I will not wait until the Ohio Legislature produces a new map to start thinking of the options. The question will not be: Who is my opponent? The question will be: Where is my district? Seriously.”

“We are going to have to prepare for a different kind of election, possibly in a different place because my district may be eliminated. We are going to have to organize in a different way, now. The question will remain: Where? This discussion is consequential. Please participate by providing your insight and advice.”

The gifts keep on coming, if the progressives are not beaten at teh balot box , there is always US Census reapportionment  elimination.

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  • Comments

    6 Responses to “Dennis Kucinich (OH-D) Fears He Will Lose Seat Due to 2010 US Census Reapportionment”

    1. Thane Eichenauer on December 29th, 2010 9:07 pm

      I think any thinking person realizes that this is far more about instilling motivation to donate in Kucinich supporters than Dennis fearing he will loose his seat in 2012. I think Kucinich can compete in any seat in Ohio. He and John Boehner are the only House Reps from Ohio of note. Perhaps he should go head to head with Boehner in 2012?
      SM: Wishful thinking. You do realize that OH just tossed out how many Democrats in 2010? The Gov, Senators are now Republicans. Many House seats went to the GOP as well. Kucinich happened to be in a liberal district … no longer.

      With all the changes that have taken place in OH, Obama will not win it in 2012 as he did in 2008. Nor will he win PA, VA, NC or FL. Looks like not only doesn’t Kucinich have the votes, neither will Obama in 2012.

    2. Greg the Great on December 29th, 2010 9:36 pm

      Thank You, God.

    3. Greg the Great on December 29th, 2010 9:38 pm

      This is what happens when you do not bring jobs to your district.

    4. Scott on December 30th, 2010 12:45 pm

      He will lose if he faces Boehner and it wouldn’t even be close!

    5. Dolf on December 31st, 2010 8:06 am

      Boehner was that cry baby right?

    6. US Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) Says He is Considering Congressional Run in Another State | Scared Monkeys on May 6th, 2011 2:47 pm

      [...] is losing two congressional seats in the redistricting process, and Kucinich’s is likely on the chopping block. If that happens he could end up drawn into a district with Rep. Betty Sutton (D-Ohio) or find [...]

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