Same Josh Mandel. Same Politician That Ohioans Can’t Trust.

COLUMBUS – After years of ignoring his day job to pursue a different one — including using all of 2016 to raise money into three different senate fundraising accounts — Josh Mandel today confirmed his long-public scheme to take his brand of cronyism to Washington. Ohio Democratic Party spokesman Jake Strassberger issued the following statement in response:

Ohio Leads the Nation — in Opioid Overdose Deaths

COLUMBUS — Ohio Democrats are calling for real action and far more investment in treatment programs to attack the Buckeye State’s spiraling opioid crisis, which claims an average of eight lives every day to overdoses. “Ohio’s heroin crisis continues unabated, with too much talk and too little leadership from the state on the issue,” said

10 Questions for Trump in Ohio

CINCINNATI — The Ohio Democratic Party is asking for concrete plans from President-Elect Donald Trump, as he travels today to the Buckeye State, which is facing rising unemployment and the nation’s worst heroin crisis. What is your plan to replace the Affordable Care Act? How will it cover the 692,532 Ohioans who have been covered

GOP And Big Banks’ Lobbyists Gunning For Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Under Trump Administration

COLUMBUS — Despite his vow to “drain the swamp,” President-Elect Donald Trump would give a huge prize to the big banks that wrecked our economy if, as expected, he defangs the consumer protection agency created by Wall Street reform legislation and led by former Ohio Attorney General Rich Cordray. “Under Director Rich Cordray’s leadership, the

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Steve Bannon’s Appointment as Trump’s Top Adviser

COLUMBUS — In response to yesterday’s announcement that President-Elect Donald Trump has appointed Steve Bannon as his “senior counselor,” the Ohio Democratic Party issued the following statement: “We are deeply troubled that one of President-Elect Trump’s first acts is to choose a man who profits from hate as his top adviser,” said Ohio Democratic Party

Post-Election Statement by Chairman David Pepper

As Martin Luther King said, “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Sadly, with Tuesday’s result, we look to be entering those times. There’s no way to sugarcoat it. Tuesday was a terrible day for