Tuesday, October 24, 2006


WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Cincinnati Post endorsed Victoria Wulsin today, saying that Wulsin was their choice to represent the Ohio's 2nd District in Congress. Wulsin's campaign continues to gain momentum in recent weeks as voters seek out a moderate, viable alternative to Jean Schmidt.

The Post said Wulsin, a public health doctor and epidemiologist, "brings to the race a welcome level of expertise" in health care policy. And Wulsin "is on target in her approach to energy policy, economic development and higher education."

The Post endorsement comes only two days after the Dayton Daily News endorsed Wulsin. The two endorsements represent the increasing sentiment among community leaders in Cincinnati that the district deserves new, better representation.

"I'm honored and humbled to receive the Post's endorsement," said Wulsin after reading the editorial. "There's a tidal wave building, and every day brings new supporters. In Congress, I'll work to represent the entire district – Republicans, Independents, and Democrats alike. I'll work to make my constituents proud."

The Daily News said that Wulsin "brings something special to Washington: her knowledge of health issues, her familiarity with the wider world and her dedication to good causes."

"She has an agreeable, personable manner that suits her to this new professional direction and would help her in making the case that differences between the parties on hot-button social issues are often exaggerated," said the endorsement.


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