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WHEN THE CMS BREAKS. AGAIN.

editorrealtalk:

When do private issues become public matter?

My appearance on ABC15 a couple weeks ago, discussing Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu.

npr:

THIS is NPR.
(Seen today in the 5th floor refrigerator — that’s where NPR Photo, Monkey See and NPR Music sit, FYI).
Photo: Cristina Fletes / NPR

npr:

THIS is NPR.

(Seen today in the 5th floor refrigerator — that’s where NPR Photo, Monkey See and NPR Music sit, FYI).

Photo: Cristina Fletes / NPR

(via elizabethshell)

“Tomorrow, we wake up and we start again. And the next day we’ll do the same. And so we’ll go, day by day, step by step, door by door, heart to heart. There will be good days, there will be bad days. Always long hours. Never enough time to get everything done. But on November 6, we’re going to stand united.”

—   Mitt Romney, in his victory speech after winning Massachusetts, Virginia and Vermont (with Ohio still too close to call), making the campaign ahead sound like kind of a tough slog. (via dcdecoder)

(Source: dcdecoder)

Super Tuesday Ohio results

Today is “Super Tuesday,” and the GOP presidential field could be significantly changed at the end of the day. From everything I’ve heard, Ohio is the place to watch. Here’s plenty of cool election data from The New York Times that should be fun to watch throughout the evening. 

I haven’t yet seen a good county results map for Ohio that can be embedded. I’ve seen that The Associated Press and Google have teamed up to provide election results and the underlying data for map presentation, but it looks like they’re charging through AP to use it, so it’s probably not freely available.

The Ohio Secretary of State’s office does provide an election results map.

NPR’s StateImpact project does, however, have some great data from a special 2011 election and the 2010 elections for Ohio, which might be interesting to compare, on a county-by-county level, to candidate performance tonight.