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MEETUP:
Saturday, November 17 at 2:00 p.m.
Champps Americana Worthington
161 E. Campus View Blvd.
Worthington 43235
I don't know anything about this restaurant's politics, but the place is

* reasonably priced;
* easily accessible from I-71, I-270, SR 315 and SR 23; and
* has the space to accomodate even a full-group turnout.

The Buckeyes are at Wisconsin; kickoff is at 3:30 for anyone who wants to make a day of it.

RSVP VetGrl via Kosmail before Wednesday turns into Thursday.

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Central Ohio Kossacks is a collection of folks living in and around Columbus, Ohio.  Regarding the election, let me say on behalf of the group: You're welcome.*
Here's our membership roster so far (new members in italics):

VetGrl, Founder
CayceP
concernedamerican
freeport beach PA
glbTVET
here4tehbeer
joegee
Kurt from CMH
lilypew
Major Kong
Ohiodem1
punkin4
skymutt
Spirit of Life
surreal times
UAOhioan

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Central Ohioans at the Polls

*A quick note on the "you're welcome" above. That was for purposes of Central Ohio bragging rights.  Check this out:

Ohio (from HuffPo and the Columbus Dispatch)

Barack Obama:  50%
Mitt Romney:  48%

Sherrod Brown:  50%
Josh Mandel:  45%

Franklin County (BOE unofficial tally PDF)

Barack Obama:  60%
Mitt Romney:  38%

Sherrod Brown:  60%
Josh Mandel:  36%

There's a pretty cool map of Franklin County's vote here.

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Did you know? James Thurber was born in Columbus, Ohio, and attended The Ohio State University.  His family home is now a living museum known appropriately as Thurber House, a place where laughter, learning and literature meet.

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