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Connie Schultz

Connie Schultz appears in the following:

Cleveland Alarmed After Abduction Case

Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Cleveland is feeling a mix of emotions this week after the discovery and rescue of three young women who were kidnapped 9, 10, and 11 years ago and held captive in a residential home for years. The community is celebrating their safe return, but there are also questions and alarm. Connie Schultz, syndicated columnist and Cleveland resident, says the community is reeling.

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Candidates Look to Ohio on Super Tuesday

Monday, March 05, 2012

Tomorrow is the big day: Super Tuesday, when ten states will hold simultaneous primary elections. There are over 400 delegates at stake on the busiest day of the of the election campaign, enough to tip the political scales in any candidate's favor.  But what's interesting is that each campaign has their eyes set on the 66 delegates that come from Ohio. That's because the Buckeye State is one of the most crucial states in this, or any, Republican primary election. Coincidence or not, no Republican has ever won the presidential nomination without first winning in Ohio.

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This Week's Agenda: Republican Debate, Corporate Earnings, and Immigration Bills

Monday, October 10, 2011

The Occupy Wall Street protest is still growing, and it's caught on in other cities across the country. Meanwhile, last week in Alabama the strictest anti-immigration bill in the country was again challenged by the Department of Justice. California passed a state Dream Act — the most lenient immigration bill legislation in the country. And, corporations will begin announcing their quarterly earnings results this week, which may briefly distract investors from the still-faltering European economy. Plus, The Washington Post and Bloomberg News are sponsoring a Republican debate on Tuesday night.

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Political Projections: The Wrong Man for the Job

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Not all political candidates are created equal. Sometimes, the most successful ones are those who have taken part in the shady deals, compromise, and hypocrisy that have become too common in American politics. Joining Leonard to discuss how Hollywood has depicted far-from-ideal candidates are Connie Schultz, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist at ...

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Political Projections: Hollywood's Political Cynicism

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

From scandals and spin to special interest groups and lobbyists, many Americans are very cynical about the motives of politicians and even the democratic process itself. On Political Projections, we look at how Hollywood has showcased American cynicism about politics.

Connie Schultz, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist at The Cleveland ...

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Campaign Spouses Continued

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Candidates’ spouses can get almost as much media attention as the candidates themselves. On August 8, our interview with Gail Collins, New York Times columnist, and Connie Schultz, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The Cleveland Plain Dealer and a political spouse herself, was interrupted by Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s press conference concerning ...

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Campaign Spouses

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Candidates' spouses can get almost as much media attention as the candidates themselves. We'll find out how husbands and wives influence campaigns and elections, and look into the current crop of campaign spouses, including Bill Clinton, Cindy McCain, Elizabeth Edwards, and Judith Giuliani. Leonard talks to Gail Collins, New York ...

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