Latest News From the Ohio GOP

Ohio Jobless Rate Hits New 17-Year-Low in April

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Democrats Divided as Republicans Unite

After the so-called "blue wave" failed to flood the polls on Tuesday, Democrats were left divided. What's worse for Democrats is Richard Cordray's inability to excite their base or unite the warring factions within the party. Read More


GOP campaign chief Steve Stivers bullish on party's Ohio prospects

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Under Republican Leadership US weekly jobless claims fall to lowest level since 1969

WASHINGTON, April 26 (Reuters) - New applications for U.S. unemployment benefits dropped to their lowest level in more than 48 years last week, suggesting that March's slowdown in job growth was probably temporary. Read More


Tax Day - Ohio Democratic Party Staffers Receive Up to $2,900 More This Year Than Last


Sherrod Brown's Countdown to Tax Day

Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown's favorite day of the year, tax day, will be here before we know it. To help him celebrate, we will highlight his abysmal record on taxes every day until April 17th! Read More


Report: Ohio one of only 13 states 'adequately' addressing opioid crisis

WFMJ The National Safety Council has pegged the states which they consider the leaders in implementing policies to help combat the deadly opioid epidemic. Read More


Rep. Jim Renacci: Trump's infrastructure plan is badly needed and deserves congressional approval

Fox News Op-Ed by Jim Rennaci I joined President Trump on Thursday at an event in Richfield, Ohio where he discussed his bold plan to rebuild infrastructure in America with minimal federal involvement. I’m proud to support his proposal because it’s in best interests of my nearby congressional district and of America as a whole. Read More


Women Leading GOP Into the Future

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Trump’s approval climbs higher than Obama’s at same point into his presidency

Washington Examiner President Trump's approval rate among likely U.S. voters hit 50 percent on Monday, which puts him higher than former President Barack Obama's score at the same point into his first term, according to a new poll. Read More