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.
Following the repeal of the Ohio House GOP amendment that threatened to cut local government funding by 10 percent for any county that mailed absentee ballots to their residents, Cuyahoga County Executive and democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald appeared on MSNBC to discuss his role in this victory for Ohio and voting rights.
FitzGerald Campaign Press Secretary Lauren Hitt released the following statement on the repeal of the Mid-Biennium Review amendment that would have cut local government funding by 10 percent for any county that mailed absentee ballots to their residents.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald released the following statement on the Ohio House GOP’s amendment to the Mid-Biennium Review that would cut local government funds by ten percent for any county that mailed out absentee ballots to their residents.
“Today, I’m announcing the formation of an exploratory committee to run for governor,” said FitzGerald in a video released on his web site. “But more than that, I’m beginning a conversation with you, the people of Ohio.”