“Because no matter who you are or where you live, I will put the people of Ohio first by bringing real accountability and transparency to my office and securing and modernizing our elections so that every Ohioan’s vote counts and every Ohioan’s voice is heard.” State Representative Kathleen Clyde (D-Kent) announced her candidacy for Ohio’s next Secretary of State. She has been a champion of voters rights and has pushed for automatic voting registration.
Democrat Nan Whaley just announced that she’s running for Governor. As Mayor of Dayton, Nan has created opportunities and solved problems that other leaders would ignore.
4.05.17 – State Representative Kathleen Clyde (D-Kent) take on the State of the State in Sandusky: ‘The rhetoric sounds great, but a lot of the speech does not match what is coming out of the governor’s office and Columbus.’ How has Kasich’s proposed budget and policies affected your community?
Former State Representative Connie Pillich is third Democrat to announce run for Governor in 2018:
“I’m running for Governor because Ohio needs new, progressive and unflinching leadership. Together, we can improve our schools, rebuild our infrastructure, bring back industry and grow the good-paying jobs that can support a family.”
“I want to be someone who shifts the focus back to working families. We need champions for ordinary Ohioans. They need someone who’s going to focus and make them a priority.” Former Congresswoman Betty Sutton when announcing run for Governor in 2018