Ohio Democrats Keep Up The Campaign — Virtually

Ohio Democratic Party Launches “Stay Home And Vote” Push Ahead of April 28 Deadline to Vote in Ohio’s Primary Election COLUMBUS — In response to the coronavirus crisis and Gov. Mike DeWine’s “stay at home” order, the Ohio Democratic Party has transitioned its campaign efforts to a completely online operation, holding virtual cross-country fundraisers, training

Ohio Democratic Party Takes Legal Action to Preserve Primary Election and Protect Ohioans’ Right to Vote

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party today filed a writ of prohibition with the Ohio Supreme Court to ensure the primary election will take place and protect Ohioans’ right to vote, after polling places were barred from opening by the state Department of Health. “This primary election must move forward,” said Ohio Democratic Party Chairman

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Status of Primary Election

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper regarding the current status of Ohio’s primary election: “Given the chaos, confusion and mixed messages of the past 24 hours, it’s clearly impossible for in-person voting to move forward today in Ohio. However, this primary election must move forward, and Ohio

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Governor’s Recommendation to Postpone Primary Election Day

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper in response to Gov. Mike DeWine’s recommendation that the state postpone in-person voting for the primary election until Tuesday, June 2: “Dr. Amy Acton and Gov. Mike DeWine shared their conclusion with me that the risk to voters, 35,000 poll workers,

Ohio Lost 12,500 Jobs From January 2019 To January 2020

On One-Year Anniversary of GM Lordstown’s Closing, State Announces It Lost 6,000 Manufacturing Jobs In Past Year COLUMBUS — On the one year-anniversary of the last Chevy Cruze rolling off the line at the now-shuttered General Motors factory at Lordstown, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services announced the state lost 12,500 jobs —

Federal Agency Now Investigating Chinese-Owned Company That Interfered With Union Drive — Which Rep. Mike Turner Applauded In 2017

Antani, Keller, Lang, Roegner, Merrin Among Those Who Sided With Fuyao Against Workers COLUMBUS — In 2017, U.S. Rep. Mike Turner took sides with Fuyao against Ohio workers who were trying to organize, but today a federal agency is investigating the Chinese-owned company for illegally suppressing unionization efforts at their Moraine plant. “Three years later