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Question.

Is it too late in the campaign for this information to have any effect on Schmidt's standing in the district? On turnout?

Probably is too late. Unless they have to pay for a recount or retire a debt, whatever they would pay for has to have already been paid for. My unsolicited advice is that if you are thinking about making a contribution, hold that money for a couple days; after the election if Hackett needs it, send it to him. If not, send it to the DCCC to be used on another Congressional election.

DCCC is, for those unfamiliar with the acronym, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which coordinates all the Congressional races for Democrats.

Is it too late in the campaign ...?

I hope not, but probably. But every little bit helps. Even if Hackett loses, it's important that he ran (and will presumably do better than other dems have in that district), and it's important to keep the drip drip drip going. Kudos to DHinMI, atrios and others for doggin' it. There's something rotten in the state of Ohio, and the more the stink wafts the better.

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