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"The Various Energies within the state of Ohio"

The Various Energies within the state of Ohio - 5/30/2009
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There are 3 major cites in the state of Ohio. We call them the (3 C's). Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati. They seem to make a perfect 3 point geographical slant through our state with Cleveland at the top right on Lake Erie, Columbus directly in the center, and Cincinnati at bottom left on the Ohio River.

Though they are all Ohio cities the energy is different. Cincinnati is so close to Kentucky that a lot of conservative southern energy resides there. Columbus, the capitol, maintains its cool by having better economic opportunities than any other city in the state.Cleveland,perhaps the most open minded of the 3, is so far north that it maintains is own persona with out too much conservative or liberal influences.

Not to exclude Dayton, Youngstown, or Toledo whose energies are similar to the cities in these regions.

At the end of the day, they all make Ohio what is... The Heart of it all. Remember, you can't win the oval office without winning the OH!

Go Bucks!

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