Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Jerry, Jerry...Jerry?

Because this is the era in which we live:
Many have said the 73-year-old “Jerry Springer Show” host could be a successful candidate in today’s political climate, Business Insider reported. In the late 1970s, Springer served as the Democratic mayor of Cincinnati and, in 1982, he sought the Democratic Party’s nomination for governor.

Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland (D) confirmed he has discussed a possible run with Springer, noting the TV personality “certainly would start out with wide name recognition.”

“I think he has a very strong ability to communicate what I think is the heart of the Democratic message,” Strickland said. “I think he is a superb communicator.”

Springer is set to deliver the keynote address on Sunday at the Geauga County Democratic Party dinner. He headlined a similar event for Sandusky County Democratic Party in April, when he said he did not “need” to run for elected office.
No word on whether there would be brawls at the debates...

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