Latest News From the Ohio GOP

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 everyday until April 17th!  Read More


President Trump Talks Infrastructure in Richfield, Ohio

abc News President Donald Trump arrived in Richfield, Ohio, Thursday to speak with local workers and make a renewed public relations push for his administration's $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan. Read More


Chuck Schumer's Batboy

As President Trump visits Richfield, Ohio to discuss his $1.5 trillion dollar plan to rebuild our nation's crumbling infrastructure, Chuck Schumer and his batboy Sherrod Brown will be schmoozing liberal elites at Progressive Field.  From flip-flopping on CHIP in support of the Schumer Shutdown, to voting against tax cuts for Ohio families, to another flip-flop on infrastructure, Sherrod Brown has proven himself to be a reliable batboy for Chuck Schumer.  Read More


President Trump in Richfield, Ohio - Rebuilding American Infrastructure

The White House "We will build gleaming new roads, bridges, highways, railways, and waterways all across our land. And we will do it with American heart, and American hands, and American grit." - President Donald J. Trump Read More


Would Steve Dettelbach join politically motivated lawsuits?

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that a question on citizenship status will be reinstated on the 2020 decennial census questionnaire to help enforce the Voting Rights Act. Read More


We still don't know who is paying the legal bills for Cordray's crony

The Washington Free Beacon It is still unclear more than four months later who is paying for the lawsuit filed by Leandra English against the government to install an Obama political appointee as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Read More


Economy booming - US Q4 GDP is up 2.9%, vs 2.7% growth expected

CNBC U.S. economic growth slowed less than previously estimated in the fourth quarter. Gross domestic product expanded at a 2.9 percent annual rate in the final three months of 2017, up from the previously reported 2.5 percent. The biggest gain in consumer spending in three years partially offset the drag from a surge in imports. Read More


Lima Pallet Company gives raises thanks to tax reform

WLIO Lima Senator Rob Portman is on his tax reform tour and on Monday he made his way through Lima to see how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has affected the area. One stop Portman made was at the Lima Pallet Company to tour the facility and hold a roundtable discussion. Read More


Poll: Cordray and Kucinich tied, both lose to DeWine in November

After months of being touted as the “choice of the Democratic Party establishment” for Ohio’s Democrat gubernatorial primary, a new poll shows that Washington D.C. Bureaucrat Richard Cordray is still failing to catch fire with his party’s voters. The survey has Cordray tied with former Congressman Dennis Kucinich at 21 percent. Both candidates trail the leading Republican contender in the general election by solid margins. Despite Cordray being widely acknowledged as the Democrat establishment choice, with some candidates even accusing the state Democrat Party of “rigging” the election in his favor, the party’s voters clearly aren’t sold on his candidacy. With just a little more than a month to go until Democrats choose their nominee, Cordray’s struggling campaign finds itself in a bitter primary fight against an energized challenger. Click here to read original. Read More


Congressman Bill Johnson: President offers bold plan to fight scourge of opioid epidemic

The Hill By Congressman Bill Johnson (OH-6) President Trump recognized the opioid crisis ravaging our nation before he was elected, and as a member of his Presidential Task Force on Opioids, I’ve witnessed firsthand his dedication to this important issue. I certainly agreed with the president’s decision late last year to declare the opioid epidemic a national emergency. We must call it what it is – burying our heads in the sand and wishing it would go away isn’t the answer. Read More