Brenda Mack assumes helm of the
Ohio Black Republicans Association
Eric LaMont Gregory
Brenda Mack new President of the Ohio Black Republicans Association - OBRA
Brenda Mack interview with Eric LaMont Gregory on 940 WCIT Lima
On the 1st of July Brenda Mack will become the third president of the Ohio Black Republicans Association succeeding Stephen Cheek. Brenda Mack resides in the city of Canfield in Mahoning County. Brenda Mack, a business owner, is considered one of the area's leading business women and has received numerous local and state awards for her business and community leadership activities.
Brenda Mack holds a business degree from Harding Business College. She currently serves as finance director for a congressional candidate, credit union and health clinic. Mack has been a prolific fund raiser for several political campaigns, religious as well as Mahoning County athletic organizations. Brenda Mack's election to the presidency of OBRA marks her second term as an OBRA office holder, she has served as Vice President during the Stephen Cheek OBRA presidency.
The Ohio Black Republicans Association website - http://www.ohioblackrepublicans.org/
The Science Behind the News
Many Didn't Think Recall was Legitimate
"Maybe the most important numbers in the exit poll from last night:
Just 27% said recall elections are appropriate for any reason (and Barrett won those folks, 90%-9%).
By comparison, 60% said that recalls are legitimate only for official misconduct
(and Walker won them, 68%-31%), while another 10% said recalls are never
appropriate (and Walker won here, 94%-5%).
Walker benefited greatly from the fact that many Wisconsin voters
didn't think the premise of last night's recall was legitimate."