More from our “Buckeye Back Roads” stumping… In Cavett, Ohio (pop. a cluster of 10 houses), a guy with a paint brush in hand and paint stains on his jeans was standing in a doorway. I approached, smiled and said: “As coincidence would have it, meet: Joe the Painter.” …In Paulding, Ohio, at the Past Time Cafe, I gave the owner a flier with the inscription: “To Past Time, it’s ‘About Time’ to vote for Joe!” Clever, huh. (And we’re doing this all without paid political consultants.) I also hung up a flier at the West End Market in Paulding. Janie, the cashier who appeared to be in her late 40s, said she had a degenerative disc that was tremendously bothersome, but was having a hard time getting Social Security. “I paid into it all these years, isn’t it my money?” She lamented. Note: Paulding has recently installed the biggest wind turbine farm in Ohio. Our platform calls for more of these, as well as more business and residential wind turbine applications. For instance, at a stop in Mandan, North Dakota (a state that has the most “wind potential” in the country), a farmer there told us he had several Whisper 900 small wind turbines installed on top of his barn. Turbines that are now providing: half the power for both the barn and his home.