On March 9, 2012, the Huffington Post reported:
When Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel (R) formally kicked off his Senate campaign earlier this month, a scuffle in the back of the room drew attention away from him.
A Mandel aide was using his hands, body, head and hair to block a state Democratic Party employee from filming Mandel as he spoke and gladhanded around the room. The practice of taping opponents’ public comments, known as tracking, is common but some in Ohio said Mandel’s campaign is the “most aggressive” in blocking it.
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Published: Mar 10, 2012
Last Modified: Apr 21, 2021