At the Franklin County Republicans’ Dinner tonight, Governor Kasich should avoid repeating a few of the lines from his latest campaign ad if he doesn’t want to get fact checked in the capital.
FitzGerald Campaign Communications Director Daniel McElhatton released the following statement on the March jobs report.
A Department of Health report released last week shows that, under Governor Kasich, heroin deaths increased 59.6% between 2011 and 2012 in Ohio. While Governor Kasich has claimed that addressing Ohio’s heroin problem will now be a major priority of his administration, his policies over the last three years led to cuts in law enforcement and social services.
Primary Election Day is May 6, and early voting is already occurring. I wanted to take a moment to point out a very important Issue on the ballot that will help put local building and construction trades members to work.
Today, Governor Kasich will fly, ironically enough, to host a “Construction Season Kick Off” in Toledo and continue to tout Ohio’s economic “miracle.” But for many, his words will fall on protective earmuffs. Here’s a real look at what Governor Kasich’s done to Ohio’s construction industry