Gov. John Kasich has spent more than 177 days out of state — that’s a figure from last month, it’s certainly gone up since then — and he’s spent more than $350,000 of Ohioans’ tax dollars on security for out-of-state travel to bolster his failing presidential run.
Read State Representative Kathleen Clyde’s (D-75th District/Kent) op ed that ran in the Akron Beacon Journal over the weekend with her closing argument for why Ohio’s Secretary of State Jon Husted should stop waiting around for the legislature and just switch on online voter registration in Ohio NOW. That way we’ll have plenty of time for easier registration before the November general election. Please share this op ed with your social networks by using the hashtag #SwitchItOnJohn.
The Ohio Senate and House Minority Caucuses, led by Senate Minority Leader Joe Schiavoni and House Minority Leader Fred Strahorn, respond to Governor John Kasich’s State of the State Address in Marietta, Ohio on April 6, 2016.
Are you still interested in attending the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia July 24-29, 2016? There are several At-large and Pledged Leader/Elected Official (PLEO) delegate appointments to be made yet.
An Ohio judge allows 17-year-olds who will be 18 before the November General Election to vote in Tuesday’s primary, with some limits. For instance, 17 year olds cannot vote on ballot issues, but can decide on presidential, congressional, legislative and mayoral contenders – as has been the law since 1981. Husted loses another lawsuit and continues to waste Ohio taxpayers money on attempts to suppress vote.