Ohio Democratic Party Statement On Donald Trump Threatening Social Security

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper in response to Donald Trump’s executive action that threatens Social Security: “Nearly 85 years after President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law, Donald Trump is jeopardizing the Medicare and Social Security trust funds with a desperate stunt

As Trump Comes to Ohio for a Photo Op and Fundraiser, Ohio Dems Call Out His Broken Promises

CLEVELAND — Ahead of Donald Trump’s visit today to the Buckeye State, the Ohio Democratic Party held a virtual roundtable with Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur, Cleveland City Councilman Blaine Griffin and United Steelworkers Local 979 President Dan Boone to highlight the president’s failed policies and broken promises to working Ohioans. We’re talking with Congresswoman @Marcy_Kaptur, Councilman

One Year After Dayton’s Mass Shooting, Why Didn’t Leaders “Do Something”?

House Republicans Heeded Shady Dark-Money Group’s Appeals, Stymied Gun Violence Prevention Legislation COLUMBUS — One year after the mass shooting in Dayton, it’s apparent the main obstacle to reform was the Republican-led legislature and indicted former Speaker Larry Householder, who followed the lead of a dark-money group that threatened to leave “political bodies lying all

Ohio Democratic Party Files Lawsuit To Require County Boards of Elections To Accept Absentee Ballot Applications Electronically

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party today filed a lawsuit in state court to require county boards of elections to accept absentee ballot applications via email, fax or other electronic means. “In 2020, when we have all of this technology available that allows people to conduct so many activities securely online, voters should not have