Ahead of Pence Visit, Joyce Beatty and Ohio Doctors Slam Trump’s Failed COVID-19 Response

COLUMBUS — Ahead of Mike Pence’s arrival in Columbus today, the Ohio Democratic Party hosted a virtual news conference with Congresswoman Joyce Beatty and Ohio doctors to discuss Donald Trump’s incompetent, failed response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahead of @VP Mike Pence’s visit to Columbus today, we spoke with Rep. @JoyceBeatty, Dr. @AnitaSomaniMD and Dr.

“Trump Lied, 5,000 Ohioans Died”

Outside Pence Event, Ohioans Call Out Trump’s Failed Pandemic Response COLUMBUS — As Ohio prepares to surpass 5,000 lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mike Pence parachuted into Columbus for a campaign event today. Outside the venue, Democrats held him accountable, calling out the price that Ohioans have paid for Donald Trump’s incompetent response to

Ahead of VP Debate, Black Ohioans Call Out Trump/Pence Failures on Health Care and Coronavirus

COLUMBUS — Ahead of tonight’s vice presidential debate, the Ohio Democratic Party conducted a virtual roundtable with Ohio Democratic Party Vice Chairwoman Rhine McLin, Ohio Legislative Black Caucus President Stephanie Howse and Cincinnati mother Antroinette Worsham to call out the Trump administration’s failures on health care and the coronavirus crisis, which have disproportionately impacted the

Frank LaRose Is Going Back On His Word

“Ken Blackwell Must Be Proud of His Protégé” COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper on Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s new directive on dropboxes: “Frank LaRose pledged publicly that he would allow expanded dropbox locations if he were allowed under Ohio law. We proved our case, and

Ohio Democratic Party Statement On Ruling In Lawsuit To Allow Emailed Absentee Ballot Applications

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper on yesterday’s appellate ruling in the lawsuit seeking to allow online applications for absentee ballots: “The court agreed with what the Ohio Democratic Party has been saying all along — that nothing in Ohio law prohibits the secretary of state from