Ohio Democratic Party Launches BeltwayRob.com

COLUMBUS — Today, the Ohio Democratic Party launched a new website: BeltwayRob.com, which exposes Sen. Rob Portman’s long record of prioritizing the Washington power brokers and wealthy special interests he serves at the expense of Ohio’s working families. Visitors can share various sections on social media and find out the facts on how Beltway Rob

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Ted Strickland’s Primary Election Victory

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement on Ted Strickland’s victory in today’s U.S. Senate primary election: “Congratulations to Ted Strickland on his overwhelming victory tonight,” said Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper. “P.G. Sittenfeld and Kelli Prather waged spirited campaigns that brought important issues to the forefront. The stakes in this

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Ruling Rejecting Secretary of State Jon Husted Directive Barring Young Ohioans From Voting In Presidential Primary

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement today in response to the ruling against Secretary of State Jon Husted by Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge Richard Frye allowing registered voters who will be 18 before the general election to vote for their chosen presidential candidate: “We were confident that Secretary Husted’s

ICYMI: Cleveland Plain Dealer Calls Husted’s Decision to Bar 17-Year-Old Voters From Presidential Primary “Suspect”

COLUMBUS — The Cleveland Plain Dealer today called Secretary of State Jon Husted’s decision to bar 17-year-olds from voting for their chosen presidential candidate in the primary “suspect” and encouraged young voters to “turn out in force” for Ohio’s presidential primary. “The Plain Dealer editorial board agrees with Ohio Democrats that the law is clear

Double-Talk Rob: Portman Voted Against Funding For New Anti-Heroin Bill He’s Bragging About

COLUMBUS —  Sen. Rob Portman is bragging about the anti-heroin bill passed by the Senate today, but according to Cleveland.com, Portman voted against the legislation that will fund these drug prevention efforts — a clear example of the kind of D.C. double-talk that Ohioans hate about Washington. The Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Act (CARA) that Sen.