When U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur's campaign opponent, Republican Rich Iott, tried to defend donning a Nazi Waffen SS uniform for a World War II reenactment group, Kaptur ripped into him during a Thursday morning debate at Mr. Smith's Coffee House in downtown Sandusky.
The Erie County Humane Society features these cats and kittens available for adoption:
Fred -- He is 7 months old. He was left in the shelter parking lot. Fred loves to play with toys and is good with other cats.
Those noises you hear aren't the fall leaves rustling.
It's the sound of political hopefuls Marcy Kaptur, Rich Iott, Richard Cordray and Mike DeWine rifling frantically through their notes as they make last-minute preparations for Thursday's big debates in Sandusky.
Commissioners agreed unanimously at Tuesday night's meeting to explore the proposed recreation center project with the help of Don Icsman, the city's interim city manager. A public meeting on the proposal is 7 p.m. Oct. 27 in Room 300 at Sandusky High School.
The Republican candidate challenging incumbent U.S Rep. Marcy Kaptur in the 9th Congressional district says he's just like any other military re-enactor - he enjoys dressing up as a soldier from a bygone era.
But Rich Iott's past hobby has earned him some fierce criticism, even from his own party.