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Thanks and Perspectives: Many thanks to every Voter who took a huge leap of faith to Vote for Rich Stevenson for U.S. Congress. The odds of our winning in 2010 were slim to none. But your votes were very important to give a message to the D's and R's that we need new nonpartisan Leaders in Congress to solve our long term national problems. 

Green votes totaled a little under 2,000 votes. Libertarian votes totaled a little under 3,000 votes. We did quite well considering that we were not invited or allowed to participate in many of the debates and candidate forums held in 2010. Our campaign funds were very small compared to the million dollar campaign war chests of both Steve Driehaus and Steve Chabot. Money and name recognition won the election again in 2010. Incumbents are re-elected 99% of the time they choose to run for re-election.

Our campaign got enough votes to encourage our return to the ballot in 2016 with myself or another qualified nonpartisan candidate on our District One ballots. Our candidate for 2016 will be endorsed before the end of 2015. We will change the world together in the next election. We will help end the majority of the two corrupt Incumbent political parties.

Many of your votes were cast against the corrupt two-party system. You understand the problem. We can win with just 4 out of 10 votes cast in 2016. See results Tables:

2010 Final Results Tables: Our votes cost a lot less money to produce per vote than the D or R candidate votes. As of Nov 12, 2010 available data: Stevenson spent $0.27 per vote, Driehaus $18.10 per vote, and Chabot $14.06 per vote. Libertarian Jim Berns says he "spent $300.00 total" on his campaign for a cost of $0.10 per vote. Citizens for Stevenson will notify all supporters on our email lists of the final vote results by email and by text published to this page. This year we got their attention. In two years we will win a seat in the U.S. House for the nonpartisan majority moderate voters in Ohio District One ~ You, me and nearly everyone. I do concede this election. Bring on 2016.

Rich Stevenson, Nov 7, 2010

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Money Wins: Chabot Outspent Stevenson 2,765 to 1 or by 276,500%

                                 Chabot Outspent Berns 4,764 to 1 or by 476,400%

Name 

Party 2010 Votes $ Raised $ per Vote $ Spent

$ per Vote

Stevenson G 1,914 (0.99%) $186.00 $0.10 $517.00 $0.27
Berns L 2,977 (1.53%) "$300.00" $0.10 "$300.00" $0.10
Chabot R 101,691 (52.42%) $1,760,012 $17.30 $1,429,314 $14.06
Driehaus D 87,394 (45.05%) $1,769,788 $20.25 $1,582,247 $18.10

2010 Total Votes: 193,976   2008 Total: 296,290    2006 Total:  202,264

* Over 200,982 Registered Voters Did Not Vote in 2010!

Over 200,000 Voters Did not Bother to Show Up in 2010! 

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Projected Majority Win? Improbable to Impossible: At $0.27 per vote could Stevenson have won the election with $30,000 (111,111 votes) Properly Spent to take votes away from the Negative Chabot / Driehaus Campaigns? A possible win for District One Voters?

Name  Party *Total Votes

*Projected

 $ Raised

$ per Vote

*Projected

 $ Spent

$ per Vote

*Stevenson G *111,111 (57.28%) *$30,000 *$0.27 *$30,000 *$0.27
Berns L 2,977 (1.53%) "$300.00" $0.10 "$300.00" $0.10
Chabot R *47,092 (24.28%) $1,760,012 *$37.37 $1,429,314 *$30.35
Driehaus D *32,795 (16.91%) $1,769,788 *$53.97 $1,582,247 *$48.25

* Deduct equal Number of votes from Chabot / Driehaus: 111,111 - 1,914 = 109,197/2 = 54,598.5 = 54,599

Projected Plurality Wins: Another thought, at $0.27 per Stevenson vote, four out of ten votes, 40%,  would have cost  $20,949 (77,590 of 193,976 Total votes). With an equal number of moderate nonpartisan votes taken away from the far right and far left Negative Chabot / Driehaus Campaigns, A plurality of  votes for Rich from moderate voters could have produced a possible win for all District One Voters. As little as 34% of total votes are needed to win in a three candidate election. Eighty percent (80%) or more of the voting population are nonpartisans, not Ds or Rs. We may need just 40% of the vote to win most elections. For sure, we can Term Limit Congressional Incumbents.

Name  Party *Total Votes

*Projected

 $ Raised

$ per Vote

*Projected

 $ Spent

$ per Vote

*Stevenson G *77,590 (40.00%) *$20,949 *$0.27 *$20,949 *$0.27
Berns L 2,977 (1.53%) "$300.00" $0.10 "$300.00" $0.10
Chabot R *63,853 (32.92%) $1,760,012 *$37.37 $1,429,314 *$30.35
Driehaus D *49,556 (25.55%) $1,769,788 *$53.97 $1,582,247 *$48.25

* Deduct equal Number of votes from Chabot / Driehaus: 77,590 - 1,914 = 75,676/2 = 37,838

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Win with Projected 2008 No-Show votes. Why Not? The win that could have been? 102,314 Presidential Year voters did not vote in 2010. If they had shown up and all voted for Rich in 2010 we could have won. With 102,314 votes added to Rich's total the results would be as shown in the table below: 

* What if 2010 Total Midterm Votes = 296,290 = votes in the 2008 Presidential Election.

* Projected Stevenson Votes = 102,314 + 1,914 = 104,228 Total. Had $28,141.56 to spend.

Name 

Party *Total Votes $ Raised $ per Vote $ Spent

$ per Vote

*Stevenson G *104,228 (35.18%) *$28,141.56 *$0.27 *$28,141.56 *$0.27
Berns L 2,977 (1.00%) "$300.00" $0.10 "$300.00" $0.10
Chabot R 101,691 (34.32%) $1,760,012 $17.30 $1,429,314 $14.06
Driehaus D 87,394 (29.50%) $1,769,788 $20.25 $1,582,247 $18.10

total OH1 registered Voters = 394,416 Hamilton county &  Butler County
Total Unregistered Voters are nearly equal to  Registered Voters

Over 200,982 Registered Voters Did Not Bother to Show Up - Did Not Vote!

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