ICYMI: While Pence Poses For Photo Op, Democrats Slam Trump’s Betrayal Of Ohio Workers

ZANESVILLE — While Mike Pence parachuted into Zanesville for a photo op yesterday, Democrats and labor leaders called out Donald Trump’s nearly four years of broken promises to working Ohioans. See for yourself: Columbus Dispatch: Ahead of Pence visit, Ohio Democrats, union leaders talk about betrayal of workers. “Democrats and union leaders dismiss Vice President

Congressman Tim Ryan, Labor Leaders Call Out Trump’s Broken Promises Before Pence’s Visit To Ohio

ZANESVILLE — Ahead of Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to Ohio, the Ohio Democratic Party held a virtual roundtable today with Congressman Tim Ryan, Ohio Federation of Teachers President Melissa Cropper and United Steelworkers leaders, who called out Donald Trump’s broken promises to Ohio workers. This weekend Donald Trump was slammed for his lies about

Can’t Believe We Have To Say This, But Donald Trump Did Not Save The American Auto Industry

LORDSTOWN — Speaking on Thursday to a crowd in Michigan that likely knows better and responded with tepid applause, Donald Trump falsely claimed, “After the last administration nearly killed the U.S. auto industry, I saved the U.S. auto industry.” Seriously, the Washington Post fact-checked Trump’s claims about the auto industry just this week and gave

Ohio Democratic Party Wins Preliminary Injunction in Lawsuit to Allow Emailed Absentee Ballot Applications

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party issued the following statement from Chairman David Pepper in response to Judge Stephen McIntosh granting the party’s motion for a preliminary injunction to allow Ohio voters to submit their vote-by-mail application via email or fax: “This is a big win for Ohio voters, providing a fast, easy and modern

Ohio GOP Welcomes Governor From Super-Spreader State

Did South Dakota Governor Self-Quarantine for 14 Days, as Ohio Department of Health Advises? WESTERVILLE — The Ohio Republican Party is welcoming Gov. Kristi Noem on a statewide tour, even as South Dakota has a coronavirus positive testing rate of 22.2 percent — which means the Ohio Department of Health recommends travelers from that state