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Ohio Democrats Swing and Miss Again: Tim Ryan Edition

The Ohio Democratic Party that brought voters Ed Fitzgerald in 2014 is at their little-league antics again this year. Congressman Tim Ryan took to MSNBC to criticize Senator Portman for receiving campaign donations from pro-business organizations, including the U.S. Business Coalition. A review of campaign finance records though shows that Tim Ryan took $44,000 from…» Read More

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Hillary Clinton = Scandal

Ohio Republican Party Chairman Matt Borges issued the following statement today on Hillary Clinton running for President. “‘Clinton’ is synonymous with ‘scandal’. From deleted emails to taking money from foreign governments to other shady fundraising practices and more, Ohioans can’t trust Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton has always acted as though the rules don’t apply to…» Read More

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Katie Eagan Named Executive Director of Ohio Republican Party

Ohio Republican Party (ORP) Chairman Matt Borges announced today that Katie Eagan will serve as the next Executive Director of the Ohio Republican Party.  Eagan previously worked as the ORP’s Political Director, the first woman to hold the position.  She will be the second woman to serve as Executive Director. “I am thrilled that Katie…» Read More

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Ohio Republican Party Statement on Latest Jobs Numbers

Ohio Republican Party Chairman Matt Borges issued the following statement on the latest job numbers which show that Ohio has created 352,000 private sector jobs since Governor Kasich took office.  Ohio lost 351,000 private sector jobs under Democrat Ted Strickland. “Governor Kasich and our Republican legislature have brought Ohio back from the financial and economic…» Read More

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Republican Party of Cuyahoga County Welcomes Ted Strickland Back to Cleveland

Cuyahoga County GOP Chairman Robert Frost released the following statement prior to Governor Ted Strickland’s return to Cleveland for his first campaign stop in the area since sharing his resentment for Cleveland after his 2010 loss. “Governor Strickland’s belief that ‘Cleveland’s biggest enemy is Cleveland’ shows exactly how out of touch he is with Ohio,” Cuyahoga…» Read More

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Ohio Republican Party Launches TedFailedOhio.Com

The Ohio Republican Party today launched a new website and video at www.TedFailedOhio.com that highlights Ted Strickland’s failures as governor and as a liberal, Washington, DC lobbyist. “Ted failed Ohio,” said Ohio Republican Party Chairman Matt Borges.  “When he was Governor the state lost 350,000 jobs, he drained our state’s rainy day fund, and created…» Read More

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Ted Strickland Loses Key Past Supporter

Mark Mallory and 3 union leaders go for primary opponent  Yesterday former Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory endorsed Ted Strickland’s U.S. Senate primary opponent as did three local union leaders. “From 2nd amendment and coal voters that he abandoned to Obama bundlers, union leaders, and Mayor Mallory, there’s bipartisan agreement that Strickland is a poor choice…» Read More

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Ted Strickland Loses More Supporters

United Mine Workers Latest to Waver  National Journal reported this morning that the United Mine Workers Association are the latest organization to recognize that Ted Strickland abandoned them when he became a lobbyist for liberal special interests in Washington, DC. “More and more Ohioans are realizing that Ted Strickland abandoned them when he cashed out…» Read More

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Ted Strickland’s Bad Week

Old Coalition Crumbles; Democrats Criticize In the span of just over a week, Ted Strickland has seen his old coalition crumble and Ohio Democrats grow increasingly lukewarm toward his candidacy and unafraid of challenging him. “After losing his last race, Ted Strickland sold out to the liberal special interests and abandoned Ohio,” said Ohio Republican…» Read More

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Strickland’s Liberal Think Tank Supports The War On Coal

New Anti-Coal Regulations Could Kill 53,000 Ohio Coal Jobs After running Ohio into the ground, Ted Strickland jetted to Washington and took over as the President of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, which fiercely supports the war on coal.  Strickland’s organization has advocated for anti-coal policies that according to the Ohio Manufacturers’ Association…» Read More

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