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Ohio Congressional Candidate, (R) Rich Iott, Loses To U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Toledo)


So this is all coming down to Iott, being involved in WWII re-enactments. . . Voters want to use that as a reason for not voting for Iott.   I'd say the Democratic Party and Media made Mr. Iott's love and passion for History his downfall. 
'He claims it is just a pure love of history and amazement at the success of the Third Reich.
“I’ve always been fascinated by the fact that here was a relatively small country that from a strictly military point of view accomplished incredible things. I mean, they took over most of Europe and Russia, and it really took the combined effort of the free world to defeat them. From a purely historical military point of view, that’s incredible,” said Iott.
History is a great thing. Iott should not be criticized for his passion for it, but some people think his interest is misdirected.'

In a race that saw an Ohio businessman attempt to unseat long-time U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Toledo), Republican Rich Iott failed in his bid by a wide margin as the unofficial numbers for Ohio's Ninth Congressional District were tallied early Wednesday morning.

Kaptur led Iott with 110,542 votes, or 59 percent. Iott had received 78,150, or 41 percent. Kaptur's win will send her to Washington to serve a 15th term in the U.S. House of Representatives.

During her campaign, Kaptur railed against Iott's participation in historical Nazi military re-enactments and his selling of an Ohio company his father founded to a large retailer who later closed the business.
Many republicans, including Eric Cantor, of Virginia, the No. 2 Republican in the House, criticized Iott for the military re-enactments.
Many republicans, including Eric Cantor, of Virginia, the No. 2 Republican in the House, criticized Iott for the military re-enactments.
Kaptur also hammered the big banks, which she said have really hurt middle America during the last several years.

"I have no sympathy for them," she said last week.

In Ottawa County, Kaptur received only 48.1 percent of the votes, with 7,705, while Iott garnered 7,964, or 49.7 percent. But in Erie County, Kaptur took 52.6 percent with 14,347 votes. Iott took 47.38 percent with 47.3 percent.more


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