Latest News From the Ohio GOP

Happy International Women's Day! Meet Our Chairman, Jane Timken

To celebrate International Women's Day we are highlighting our incredible Chairman, Jane Timken. In just one year, Chairman Timken has made significant improvements to our fundraising, field operations, and overall strength. Under her leadership, our candidates are well positioned to win in November! Also, see the story below about the Chairman:  A Hometown Force BY HANNAH TUCKER, Lead Cincinnati  Wednesday, February 28, 2018   Read More


1 big thing ... Exclusive polls: Big warning signs for Senate Dems

New poll shows President Trump is more popular than Sherrod Brown and that Jim Renacci in breathing down his neck! Ohio voters will elect a new, pro-growth and pro-family Senator in November! Axios Read More


Walmart associates in Ohio to receive millions of dollars in bonuses today

“These dollars will not go to employees and not go towards investing in more jobs.” - Sherrod Brown Fox 8 Cleveland and Associated Press March 8, 2018 Read More


Hillary vs. Bernie 2.0

Tonight, the Democrat candidates for Governor will debate for the first time since Dennis Kucinich and Richard Cordray entered the race. With these two on the stage, one cannot help but draw comparisons to the 2016 presidential primary, which divided Democrats across the country. Read More


VP Pence to discuss tax cuts in Cleveland Friday with Jim Renacci

By Sabrina Eaton, cleveland.com WASHINGTON - Vice President Mike Pence will visit Cleveland on Friday to tout tax changes adopted last year in appearance with U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci, who is running for Senate, a Renacci spokesperson said. Read More


Ohio Company Says Bonuses, Higher Pay Because of Tax Cuts

By DAN SEWELL, Associated Press CINCINNATI (AP) — An Ohio-based payments-processing giant said Friday it's giving bonuses, upping pay and improving benefits while crediting the GOP tax cuts. Read More


Happy Statehood Day, Ohio! 17 things to know about the 17th state in the Union

Dayton Daily News By Lisa Powell  Ohio commemorates March 1 as Statehood Day. On this day in 1803, the Ohio General Assembly met for the first time in Chillicothe, then the state capital.  Here are 17 things to know about the 17th state in the Union, according to the Ohio History Connection. Read More


Richard Cordray is looking after his campaign, not consumers

Washington Examiner Jeff Joseph Op-Ed After years atop the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray is busy courting liberal donors for his Ohio gubernatorial bid. Read More


DeWine hails Sessions’ targeting of opioid makers, distributors

Columbus Dispatch  By Jack Torry, Feb 27, 2018  WASHINGTON — The federal government’s decision Tuesday to join lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors is a “game changer,” said Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. Read More


Heritage Foundation: 64% of Trump's Agenda Already Done

Heritage Foundation: 64% of Trump's agenda already done, faster than Reagan Washington Examiner Paul Bedard, February 27, 2018 With unprecedented speed, the Trump administration has already implemented nearly two-thirds of the 334 agenda items called for by the Heritage Foundation, a pace faster than former President Reagan who embraced the conservative think tank’s legendary “Mandate for Leadership” blueprint.   Read More