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Members Of Congress Take 'Minimum Wage Challenge' To Live Off Reduced Budget For A Week
Since he began his minimum wage challenge on Sunday, former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland, now president of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, has had eggs and toast, a bowl of cereal with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and a banana.
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Sun Jul 20, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
For months, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald has ripped Gov. John Kasich's budgetary moves that led to a net state tax cut of $3 billion.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
FitzGerald meets with Toledo voters
If Ed FitzGerald wants to win the race for governor of Ohio this year, he's going to need Toni Ricker to get out to vote.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
JASMINE ROGERS The Marietta Times Belpre Mayor Mike Lorentz, right, speaks with former Ohio Governor and Congressman Ted Strickland at a Friday night fundraising dinner in Marietta for Jennifer Garrison, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives 6th district seat.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
How accurate is John Kasich's latest campaign ad? Truth in Numbers
The 30-second spot, introduced about a week ago, begins by reminding viewers what Ohio was like four years ago, painting a bleak picture of where the state's economy was when Kasich took office.
National Review Online
Kevin D. Williamson: The Canard of - Economic Patriotism'
This phrase, which is without meaningful intellectual content, is popular in Democratic circles these days.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Dennis Persica: Charter school issue divides Democrats
Just as Republicans are split over Common Core education standards, Democrats have been divided on the issue of charter schools.
Imitation but not flattery: GOP web page mimics FitzGerald campaign site while rapping...
If at first glance, FitzGeraldforOhio.com seems like it could be a website for Democratic gubernatorial challenger Ed FitzGerald's campaign, it should.
Morning News and Stuff
Good morning all. I may be writing this news rundown from my porch at home, enjoying the amazing weather and eating Graeter's black cherry ice cream for breakfast, but that doesn't mean I'm not real, real serious about the news.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Ohio Dems' tactic targets party base
Democrats have redefined the Republicans' so-called "war on women" beyond health-care issues, but it still remains to be seen whether the tactic will bring out female voters in droves this November.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Ohio Political Reaction To LeBron All Postive
"What a great week for Cleveland, and it looks like Ohioans created another job.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
OH: Columbus Castings Benefits from Amtrak Rail Car Project
There are no plans to connect Columbus to Chicago, Cleveland or Cincinnati with passenger rail service, but a local company is reaping the rewards of the increased interest in rail service in the Midwest and beyond.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Ohio: Poster Child for Mindless Global Self-Destruction
John Kasich is a smart guy who knows better than to be an overt serial killer, so, as Governor of Ohio , he joins with others who prefer to do their mass killing by stealth, maybe spread the carnage out over future generations, who will be unable to hold the Kasiches and the ALECS of this world to account.
When it comes to a severance tax, FitzGerald differs with Kasich on how, not necessarily how much,
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Ted Strickland on Border Children: 'We've Got a Crisis'
Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, now head of the progressive Center for American Progress, said on CNN's "Crossfire" that the thousands of children crossing the southern U.S. border needed to be treated humanely.
The Medina Gazette
Dem chief targets no-show voters
More than 77,000 Ohio Democrats voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012, but failed to show up at the polls in 2010 when Gov. Ted Strickland lost his seat to Republican Gov. John Kasich.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Wed Jul 02, 2014
The Columbus Dispatch
FitzGerald rolls out energy proposal
Ed FitzGerald says he would change the Kasich administration's approach to energy, no longer allowing regulated industries "to choose their regulators."
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Redfern attacks GOP's 'culture of corruption'
A day after a generous Republican donor was convicted of an obstruction of justice charge but acquitted of making illegal campaign contributions, the head of the Ohio Democratic Party attacked what he called a "culture of corruption" in the Ohio Republican Party.