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Maumee Mom Aug 12
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J. Miles Coleman Aug 10
Rep. (D) represents Ohio's 13th district, which is gerrymandered to take in every Democratic town from Youngstown running west to Akron. In 2016, Sen. Rob Portman's (R) win was so big that he carried Ryan's district; lots of Portman/Ryan towns in .
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Krishan Patel Mar 27
It tells us that the Ohio GOP screwed up in the 2018 U.S. Senate election. Had Josh Mandel's wife not gotten sick and the NRSC done its job in Ohio, there is a solid chance that Sherrod Brown would no longer be a U.S. Senator.
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Casey May 17
Just doing some research on whether Ohio is doing anything to support mothers....and would you look at that: You're embarrassing, Ohio.
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bRenae7 May 10
@ ohiolegislature plz read “Toward a Feminist Theory of State” by Catherine MacKinnon and “The Disorder of Women: Democracy, Feminism and Political Theory” by Carol Pateman thx much xx
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Geoffrey Skelley Aug 4
Replying to @geoffreyvs
Presumably, Ryan will run for re-election to the House. However, his seat could be in trouble post-2020 as Ohio could lose a seat during reapportionment. So he might be eyeing an bid, which could be buoyed by a stronger national profile after his presidential campaign.
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Ohio Dems Apr 24
It's no joke, -- Stephen Moore is totally unqualified for the Federal Reserve
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Doug Foote 🔥 Jul 13
“The electability myth is just that - a myth.” won his Senate race in Ohio by 7 points in 2018 on a bold progressive platform.
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Will Garbe Dec 27
The is currently debating the bill. Sen. Peggy Lehner, R-Kettering, says lawmakers are "rushing to the defense of the gun lobby," urges colleges not to override bill. She is term limited. Other Republicans speaking in favor of "very narrowly crafted" bill.
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Micah Derry Dec 19
Bloody shame that the concurred with the House amendments to 's SB 255. Bill was solid but the House added in a new occupational license for home inspectors. It created a license, a felony, and shifted liability which will increase costs.
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SUPER ELITE AMERICAN Aug 1
democrats You drawn the line .......... We no longer believe Racism exist in this country After you are calling everything racist That said
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Lauren Whittington Jun 6
ttw I spent a weekend following when he was considering an run. Hard to believe it was 16 years ago this week, huh ?
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Pantelis Mavrudis Jun 21
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Ohio Dems Apr 19
.: "Does believe the Mueller report revelations of Trump’s egregious behavior as president are somehow less serious than the Access Hollywood tape revelations?"
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O. Okafor Feb 18
., co-chair of the Ukrainian Caucus, voted to ease sanctions on three companies controlled by Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska and endorsed a man who believes Putin over our Intelligence officials. His seat is up for grabs in 2022.
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RIP Trayvon Martin Aug 8
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🎼AdagioForStrings🎻 Aug 7
Here's the text of the letter I sent to my Rob Portman stating my opposition to proposed Red Flag laws in case anyone wants to crib notes You can find your US Senator contact info here: & your US House Representative here:
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Innovation Ohio Jul 17
Today, the will vote on House Bill 6, which would create subsidies for dirty forms of energy like coal and natural gas, increasing unhealthy, climate-changing air pollution over time. Send a letter to your lawmaker urging them to reject :
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Swing State Voices Jun 20
Replying to @SwingStateVoice
Why does this matter right now? The Finance Committee removed language from the that would have eliminated Ohio's failed academic stress commissions outright, a move which means the issue is likely to come up during conference committee.
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Ohio Dems Jun 11
NEW POLL NUMBERS: 's approval with Ohio voters sits at 28 percent, with his disapproval at 49 percent (!!!). Ohioans aren't impressed by Portman's endless cheerleading for the and mindless pandering to .
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