What’s One Vote Jim Renacci Tries To Never Miss?

What’s One Vote Jim Renacci Tries To Never Miss? It’s no secret that Congressman Jim Renacci has a habit of skipping out on the job he was elected to do. He missed the most votes last year of any member of Ohio’s congressional delegation, including critical votes to impose sanctions on North Korea, Russia, and

Ohio Democratic Party to Partner with WLWT-TV, Journal-News, Miami University on Fifth Debate

WLWT Anchor Sheree Paolello to Moderate Town Hall-Style Debate on April 10, First Day of Early Voting MIDDLETOWN  — The Ohio Democratic Party today announced it is partnering with WLWT-TV, the Journal-News and Miami University to host the fifth party-sanctioned Democratic debate on Tuesday, April 10, the start of early voting in Ohio. “After earning

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Results in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper in response to yesterday’s victory by Democratic candidate Conor Lamb in the special election for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District — a district bordering Ohio that Donald Trump won by 19 points in 2016: “Last night’s win for Conor Lamb — who

SHOT/CHASER: Ohio’s Lagging Job Growth Numbers Are NOT “Fake News”

SHOT: Gov. John Kasich disputes HIS OWN ADMINISTRATION’S NUMBERS showing anemic job growth during his tenure. After Gov. @JohnKasich disputed Ohio job-creation numbers we reported last week, a state official said the data originally provided to the newspaper by the Kasich administration were incorrect. https://t.co/1ODzaWlzFV — Dispatch Politics (@OhioPoliticsNow) March 12, 2018 CHASER: The Kasich

JobsOhio: $1B+ Spent Last Year To Rank 33rd In Job Growth

Keith Faber Backed Shrouding JobsOhio In Secrecy COLUMBUS — Ohio job growth has “all but stalled” with a paltry 32,200 jobs added last year (compared to 2.1 million nationwide) — yet another failure by Republican politicians who have controlled state government for nearly eight years, with former Senate President Keith Faber playing a leading role.