Ohio Dems To Welcome DNC Debate To Buckeye State In October

COLUMBUS — The Democratic National Committee will hold its October presidential debate in Ohio — another indication that the Buckeye State is in play for 2020. “We’re excited to partner with the DNC to bring the next sanctioned presidential debate to Ohio,” said Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper. “As is happening across the nation,

County Commissioners, Prosecutors, Sheriffs Stand Against Yost’s Attempts To Take Over Opioid Lawsuits

COLUMBUS — A bevy of statewide groups representing local municipalities, county commissioners, prosecutors, sheriffs and coroners have all come out against Dave Yost’s plan to take control over lawsuits filed by local governments to hold the pharmaceutical industry accountable and pay damages over the opioid crisis. “For nearly 10 years now local communities in Ohio

Ohio Dems Renew Call For Purge Freeze, Independent Audit

COLUMBUS — Following the news Thursday that Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose will allow purged voters — including those improperly purged — only the opportunity to cast provisional ballots in upcoming elections, Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper renewed his and others’ call for an immediate halt to LaRose’s purging of Ohio voters and

ICYMI: Former GM Lordstown Worker Calls Out Trump’s Broken Promises, As President’s Approval Numbers Are Underwater In Ohio

In case you missed it… A former General Motors worker from Ohio is speaking out about Donald Trump’s broken promises this week as Trump’s approval rating in the Buckeye State continues in negative territory, according to the latest Morning Consult monthly tracking poll. The poll shows Trump’s net approval rating in Ohio is now -6

More Errors Revealed With Ohio’s Voter Purge

Ohio Dems Renew Call for Halt to Sept. 6 Purge, Statewide Independent Audit COLUMBUS — Days after the Ohio Democratic Party filed an open records request with the Secretary of State’s office about their planned Sept. 6 vote purge, the state’s top elections official is admitting further issues with the purge lists — errors that

With Questions Swirling Around Voter Purge Process, Ohio Dems Issue Public Records Request, Renew Call For Statewide, Independent Audit

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party today filed a public records request with the Ohio Secretary of State’s office, seeking internal and external communications surrounding the latest confusion over the office’s ongoing purging of voters, with the next purge scheduled for Sept. 6. “We hope that the public records we are seeking will help get

Amid Reports That Fuyao Interfered With Union Drive, Mike Turner Has Responsibility To Call Out Unfair Labor Practices

COLUMBUS — In 2017, U.S. Rep. Mike Turner took sides with a Chinese-owned company against Ohio workers who were trying to organize, but two years later, as a new documentary reveals that Fuyao threatened to shut down the plant and fired union supporters, Turner now has a responsibility to call out the company’s unfair labor