ODP Statement On SCOTUS Decision Overturning Roe V. Wade 

For Immediate Release: June 24, 202 Columbus, OH — Following the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade, stripping Americans of the fundamental right to have an abortion, Ohio Democratic Party Chair Elizabeth Walters released the following statement: “Ohioans’ fundamental right to reproductive care, including abortion and birth control, is on the line in this year’s election.

ICYMI: Cleveland.com Editorial: Jon Husted should resign his seat on a private bank’s board of directors

For Immediate Release: Friday, June 24, 2022 “That appointment is loaded with potential conflicts of interests.” Columbus, OH — In case you missed it, the Cleveland.com Editorial Board called out Jon Husted for his blatant conflict of interest in taking a paid position on the board of Heartland Bank. The editorial demands Husted resign his side gig and

ODP Statement On Historic Bipartisan Gun Violence Prevention Bill Passing The U.S. Senate  

For Immediate Release: June 24, 2022 Columbus, OH — After the U.S. Senate voted to pass a historic bipartisan gun safety bill, Ohio Democratic Party Chair Elizabeth Walters released the following statement: “Thanks to Senator Brown for voting for this landmark legislation – the first major gun violence prevention legislation to pass in nearly 30 years –

ICYMI: Republican Hypocrisy On Display When Critical Appalachian Funding Is At Play 

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 Columbus, OH — In case you missed it, the Ironton Tribune Editorial Board called out Mike DeWine and his fellow Republicans for trying to claim credit for critical investments in Appalachia after they opposed the funding that made these investments possible. DeWine and his fellow Republicans opposed the American Rescue Plan, but

Ahead of Columbus Pride, Ohio Democrats Slam GOP Attacks on LGBTQ+ Ohioans at the Expense of Working Families

For Immediate Release: Friday, June 17, 2022 Columbus, OH — Today, Ohio Auditor candidate Taylor Sappington – the first openly-gay candidate for statewide office in Ohio – and Ohio Statehouse candidate Jim Obergefell – candidate for Ohio House and plaintiff in the landmark Obergefell v. Hodges case that legalized gay marriage – held a press