Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Today’s Sixth Circuit Appeals Court Decision in Voting Rights Case

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper on today’s decision by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold the district court’s ruling that requiring absentee voters to complete certain additional fields with technical precision poses an undue burden, and therefore violates the U.S. Constitution’s right to

Same Violation — Two Sets of Rules: Franklin County Prosecutor Tough On Local Official, While Letting Lt. Gov. Aide Off The Hook

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party today continued to call on Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien to conduct a full investigation into whether Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor’s chief of staff worked on the Kasich-Taylor campaign while on state time and if a top Kasich education official broke the law in the “Chartergate” scandal. Last week,

Ohio Democratic Party Tours The State Throughout the Week to Highlight Central Contrast In Senate Race

What They’re Saying from Clayton, Cincinnati, Sandusky, Toledo and Warren Events COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party this week launched a tour with prominent Democrats across the state to highlight the central contrast in the U.S. Senate race: Ted Strickland is fighting for working families, while Sen. Rob Portman is pushing the agenda of the

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on New Portman TV Ad Touting Advocacy For Company That Sold Defective Helmets To Military

COLUMBUS — In response to a Cleveland.com report on Sen. Rob Portman’s new television advertisement touting his advocacy for a company that sold defective helmets to the U.S. military, Ohio Democratic Party spokesman Daniel van Hoogstraten issued the following statement. “Senator Portman’s TV ad bragging about helping a company receive an additional contract after it

Strickland, Ohio Democratic Party Continue Statewide Tour Highlighting Contrast in Senate Race

Ted Strickland Joins Mayor Cranley, fmr. Mayor Mallory, Commissioner Portune, Councilman Sittenfeld and Chairman Pepper in Cincinnati CINCINNATI — With a backdrop of The Banks development in Cincinnati, which Ted Strickland invested in as governor, Ohio leaders today continued a statewide tour to highlight the central contrast in the U.S. Senate race: Ted Strickland is

Ohio Democratic Party Statement Opposing Criminalizing Abortion in Ohio

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party issued the following statement from Chairman David Pepper and Ohio Democratic Women’s Caucus Chair Kathy DiCristofaro in response to the ballot language submitted to Attorney General Mike DeWine today that would criminalize abortion in Ohio: “This deplorable attack on Ohio women is a blatant violation of the U.S. Constitution,”