In case you missed it… Ahead of Donald Trump’s visit this week to the Buckeye State, Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper writes in today’s Toledo Blade: “It’s clear why President Trump keeps returning to Ohio: Our state is in play because of his broken promises and failed policies.” KEY HIGHLIGHTS: President Trump keeps coming
In case you missed it… Ohio taxpayers are still waiting — and will be waiting for at least another year — for repayment of the tens of millions of dollars owed by the sham online charter school Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow and its founder, Bill Lager, as Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost continues to delay
COLUMBUS — Central Ohio is home to the largest Bhutanese-Nepali community in the United States — and now it’s home to the nation’s first Bhutanese-Nepali elected official, as Reynoldsburg City Councilman Bhuwan Pyakurel was sworn into office today, along with the first African-American women elected to city council, Council President Angie Jenkins, Councilwoman Meredith Lawson-Rowe
COLUMBUS — Since Mike DeWine took office in January, he has signed one unconstitutional abortion ban and zero bills to deal with gun violence, pushed forward with punishing and self-defeating Medicaid work requirements, diverted millions of dollars from public schools to private school vouchers and stood by as more than 4,000 jobs have left Ohio.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper on yesterday’s ruling by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on the Affordable Care Act lawsuit, Texas v. United States: “Before he took office, Donald Trump pretended to care about health care, saying there would be ‘insurance for everybody,’ but
SHOT: Rep. Steve Chabot today: “Since there is no concise legal definition of abuse of power, the majority party in the House can designate nearly any disagreement with the president, from now on, an impeachable offense.” CHASER: Rep. Steve Chabot in 1998: “What message are we sending the youth of America if we abdicate our
Once Again, Voters Treated Differently Depending on Where They Live COLUMBUS — A new Associated Press report found that, in 2018, 21 counties in Ohio denied more than 6,500 absentee ballot requests citing the reasons of missing or mismatched signatures, while 12 other counties reported zero rejected absentee ballot applications — a troubling finding that
It Turns Out, It Actually Does Matter COLUMBUS — It’s been one year since Donald Trump said that General Motors deciding to shutter its Lordstown plant “doesn’t really matter” — but since January, the Buckeye State has lost 10,300 jobs, and 2019 will likely be the first year since 2009 in which Ohio loses jobs.
COLUMBUS – While House Democrats voted today to pass the Lower Drug Costs Now Act, which will bring down costs for patients and save the federal government about $500 billion over the next decade, the Ohio Democratic Party is highlighting the issue with a digital campaign featuring Ohioans impacted by the high cost of prescription