Poll: Voters in 25 Key Battleground States, Including Ohio, Want Dramatically Lower Immigration Numbers

NumbersUSA, a two decades-old national organization that advocates for lower immigration to the US, has crunched the numbers and in every state surveyed the results are roughly the same. One million legal immigrants entering the US each year is too many, voters say. From a recent press announcement sent to…

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Union Leaders Backing Sherrod Brown Just ‘Empty PR Stunts’

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) bragged at a recent senatorial debate that he had the full support of Ohio’s labor unions and law enforcement community. But that may be a stretch. Detective Steve Loomis, former president of the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association, penned an op-ed in the Lima News calling out Brown for…

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Sherrod Brown Fled the Building after U.S. Senate Debate, Jim Renacci Stayed to Answer Questions from Reporters

After last night’s U.S. Senate debate in Cleveland, both candidates were given the opportunity to answer media questions and to expand on or clarify any issues that came up during the debate. Jim Renacci stood and answered questions from reporters for an additional 12 minutes. Sherrod Brown fled the building, refusing to…

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Georgia Lawsuit Latest Blow in US Fight Over Voting Rights

U.S. voting rights advocacy groups Thursday sued Georgia’s top election official, Secretary of State Brian Kemp, accusing him of putting more than 50,000 voter registration applications on hold to boost his gubernatorial campaign. Kemp is the Republican nominee for governor in one of this year’s highest-profile state races, in which…

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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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Sherrod Brown and Kamala Harris: Two Peas in a Pod?

Sherrod Brown continued to welcome his senatorial comrade from California, Sen. Kamala Harris, to Ohio with open arms on Monday, hoping she would open up some powerful checkbooks. Looks like when @KamalaHarris hits Ohio next month, she'll be spending plenty of time with influential donor types all over the state. At least four fundraisers…

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Ohio GOP: Democrats Inviting ‘California Kamala’ to Stump in Ohio Shows They Remain ‘Out of Touch’

In what may be a dress rehearsal for a 2020 presidential run, the U.S. Senate’s chief Kavanaugh inquisitor Kamala Harris has come to Ohio and is talking about translating Democrat anger over the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation into votes on Nov. 6. Angry Democrats need to channel that emotion into voting…

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County Prosecutor Calls Idea Behind Ohio’s Issue 1 ‘Insane’

Perhaps the most controversial ballot proposal to hit Ohio in years, Issue 1 stirs passions on both sides. If passed by voters on Nov. 6, Issue 1 would amend Ohio’s Constitution to downgrade most drug possession charges to misdemeanors. It doesn’t matter what type of drug, even the deadly fentanyl,…

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‘Don’t Screw Us Over,’ Ohio Workers Warn Candidates

by Ramon Taylor   Brandy Corwin likes that she can now wear makeup and nice clothes to work. That is because she is no longer working on the assembly line at the General Motors plant in Fort Wayne, Indiana. “I was laid off multiple times, and having a family, you can’t…

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GOP Senate Nominee Jim Renacci Applauds Kavanaugh Confirmation as Sherrod Brown Boasts of His ‘No’ Vote

Congressman Jim Renacci (R-OH-16), who is running for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown, issued a statement Saturday applauding the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. I’m pleased the Senate has confirmed Brett Kavanaugh. He is a thoughtful jurist with a proven respect…

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