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Touring Congressional Campaign HQs

Ohio River Ramble

Chet Rhodes

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Today I took tours of the campaign headquarters of both Ohio District 1 candidates, Incumbent Rep. Steve Chabot (R) and challenger John Cranley (D).

Elsewhere on the Ramble we've seen campaign headquarters in trailers and former office buildings, but here in Cincinnati each headquarters has a distinctive item that adds to its "charm". The Chabot headquarters has an old fashion jukebox in the back of the volunteer area. Cranley's headquarters is located in a former bank building -- complete with open vault -- a constant reminder of the money needed to run a modern campaign.

Go behind the scenes with washingtonpost.com as we take a short tour with Chabot for Congress spokeswomen Jessica Towhey and Cranley for Congress Campaign manager Luke Blocher:

Click on the image below to watch the tour of Steve Chabot's campaign headquarters.

(Video by washingtonpost.com's Chet Rhodes).

Click on the image below to watch the tour of John Cranley's campaign headquarters.

(Video by washingtonpost.com's Chet Rhodes).

By washingtonpost.com Editors  |  September 25, 2006; 5:38 PM ET
Categories:  House , Ohio River Ramble  
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Comments

You're missing one of the more interesting races in Ohio 2. 'Mean Jean' Schmidt versus Dr. Victoria Wulsin. Charlie Keating|Carl Lindner|NFL goes up against Baldwin United's favorite vixen.

Bush bags cash in Taft's Indian Hill, but doesn't invite the Murtha-killer to the party. Even 'just another Dick' Cheney doesn't know who to back.

Crazy enough, the Demmy might just win.

Posted by: WPO shareholder | September 26, 2006 10:36 AM | Report abuse

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