Rather than address questions surrounding Governor Kasich’s connection to Benjamin Suarez or why the Governor failed to discipline the chief-legal-counsel who intervened on Suarez’s behalf, the Ohio Republican Party spent this week hyping up accusations that only highlight Governor Kasich’s embarrassing string of flawed appointees and nominees:
Cindi Andrews | Cincinnati Enquirer || 6.26.14
Money seems to be job one for Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel – not properly collecting and investing taxpayers’ money, but collecting what he needs to fulfill his political ambitions.
Request Comes After Multiple Allegations of Malpractice
Today, State Auditor candidate and State Representative John Patrick Carney (D-Clintonville) joined in the effort to urge State Auditor David Yost to investigate serious questions that have been raised about potential unethical behavior at the chain of charter schools in Ohio that operate under the ‘Concept Schools’ name.
Thanks to a decision by Federal Judge Peter Economus, Ohioans will have the opportunity to cast in-person ballots on the last three days before an election. This significant win for Ohio voters was the result of a lawsuit, OFA v. Husted, filed nearly two years ago to protect equal access to the polls during the early voting period.
Across Ohio, media outlets are taking note of what homeowners and farmers have realized for years. Not only is Ohio’s job growth lagging its neighboring states, ranking 38th in the nation, but property taxes are also increasing under Governor Kasich. These facts poke serious holes in Kasich’s two major justifications for his reelection: a competitive economy and lower taxes.