In all likelihood, Congresswoman Jean Schmidt will be safely on her way to running in the November general election by the time this column is published. Although I’m writing this on March 6, the
day of Ohio’s primary elections, and Schmidt is facing three opponents
for the Republican nomination.
It’s been a
rocky couple of weeks for U.S.
Rep. Jean Schmidt
(R-Miami Township), whose ethics are once again being questioned. First, Schmidt was
selected by a
nonpartisan ethics watchdog group as one of the most corrupt members of
for Responsibility and Ethics
in Washington (CREW) bestowed the dubious honor
on Schmidt for improperly accepting free legal services.