Democrat Kathleen Clyde Promises to ‘Impact’ Ohio’s Elections and Redistricting Process

With so much attention on Ohio’s race for governor, and about half a dozen seats for the U.S. Senate and House up for grabs, there is one office that might easily be overlooked by voters. As The Ohio Star has previously reported, both candidates for this crucial office are 39-year-old…

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Aftab Pureval’s Campaign Manager Resigns After ‘New Information’ Surfaces on Political Dirty Tricks

Democrat Aftab Pureval announced Wednesday that he has accepted the resignations of his campaign manager, Sarah Topy, and an undisclosed number of staff members. Pureval accepted Topy’s resignation Tuesday night based on “new information,” he told The Cincinnati Enquirer. “Our campaign holds itself to the highest standards of professionalism and accountability,” Pureval…

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Sherrod Brown Was Delinquent on His Taxes Five Times, Often Paying Them Years Late

Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) has spent millions on attack ads that rebuke his opponent for being in the pockets of corporate interests and failing to pay his taxes. The target of those ads, Rep. Jim Renacci (R-OH-16) has called these claims outright lies and “fake news.” But now Renacci is turning…

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Aftab Pureval Withdraws Motion to Delay Hearing Into His Alleged Election Finance Misconduct

Democrat congressional candidate Aftab Pureval has given up his attempt to delay a hearing into allegations that he mismanaged campaign funds. Pureval’s attorneys had asked the Ohio Supreme Court to delay the hearing, set for Nov. 1 before the Ohio Elections Commission, until after the midterms. But on Monday afternoon…

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Kathleen Clyde Tells Ohio Voters She’ll Be ‘Nonpartisan’ While Admitting to Out-of-State Leftists She Will Be Anything But

Kathleen Clyde, a Democrat whose campaign for Ohio secretary of state has been largely bankrolled by out-of-state liberals like Barbra Streisand, has promised that, if elected, she will be “nonpartisan.” 2/2 We’ve seen what partisan leadership does—13 voting rights restrictions in Ohio. I’ll be a nonpartisan leader as Secretary of…

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Aftab Pureval’s Lawyers Fail to Get State to Dismiss Complaint He Misspent Campaign Funds

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The Ohio Elections Commission rejected an appeal by Aftab Pureval’s lawyers to dismiss a complaint alleging the Democrat congressional candidate violated federal election law. Instead of tossing the case out, the OEC scheduled a hearing for Nov. 1 in Columbus – just five days before the Nov. 6 election. That could be…

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County Official Who Hid Purpose of Questionable Aftab Pureval Check Gets Hand Slap

Heads did not exactly roll at the Hamilton County Board of Elections after it was discovered which official blacked out the secret memo line of Aftab Pureval’s questionable campaign checks. But action was taken this week against Sally Krisel, the deputy director of the board. Krisel, who redacted the purpose…

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Aftab Pureval Dodges Question: Who Instructed Elections Official to Redact Memo Line on Questionable Campaign Check?

Democrat congressional candidate Aftab Pureval was called out by ABC Channel 9’s Tanya O’Rourke for refusing to answer her questions about his campaign’s alleged illegal expenditures. Watch the clip from Sunday’s This Week in Cincinnati below. Pureval evaded a direct question when asked who was responsible for instructing elections officials to…

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New Federal Complaint Filed Against Aftab Pureval Campaign

Aftab Pureval’s legal woes continue to mount. Already the subject of an investigation into his campaign finance activities by the Ohio Election Commission, he is now the focus of a new complaint filed with the Federal Elections Commission. The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, or FACT, filed a complaint…

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Ohio GOP Files Complaint Alleging Sherrod Brown Received Illegal Campaign Contribution from Whirlpool

The Ohio Republican Party filed a complaint Monday with the Federal Election Commission, reporting an alleged violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act, also called FECA, by Sen. Sherrod Brown’s campaign committee. In a recently launched television ad, Brown (D-OH) appears with Whirlpool Corp. employees, who are wearing the Whirlpool logo, standing in…

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