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Newsweek Ohio could reset the abortion debate

(Sunday, November 5, 4:00 AM | By: Giulia Carbonaro)

  • What Are Supporters Saying? Three political action committees—Ohioans for Reproductive Freedom, Ohio Physicians for Reproductive Rights, and Ohioans United for Reproductive Rights—are leading the campaign in support of Issue 1, with the backing of the Ohio Democratic Party and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio, among others.

91.7 WVXU Cincinnati Elections in odd-numbered years are generally low-key. Not in 2023

(Monday, November 6, 4:01 AM | By: Wvxu)

  • RELATED: Prosecutors urge Ohioans to reject Issue 2 for reasons that supporters say are ‘out of touch’ This is more of a grassroots campaign. The Ohio Republican Party opposes it; the Ohio Democratic Party has taken no position. Michigan could be the big loser if Issue 2 passes.

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The Associated Press Bankman-Fried’s trial exposed crypto fraud but Congress has not been eager to regulate the industry

(Friday, November 3, 6:56 PM | By: FATIMA HUSSEIN)

New York Post Sen. Sherrod Brown gives royalties to far-left group whose director wants to abolish ICE, defund police

(Sunday, November 5, 10:07 AM)

  • Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) has given book royalties for nearly two decades to a group whose ‘far-left’ director has pushed for the abolition of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and defunding police departments.
  • 5 Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) has given book royalties for more than two decades to a group whose ‘far-left’ director has pushed for the abolition of ICE and defunding police. Getty Images

WGN-TV Senate Banking panel chair hails conviction of Bankman-Fried as ‘victory’

(Friday, November 3, 4:25 PM | By: Alexander Bolton)

Yahoo Ohio Voters Favor Abortion Access Yet Might Vote Against It

(Friday, November 3, 12:38 PM | By: Philip Elliott)

  • The Ohio Ballot Board, however, chose to summarize the bill using phrasing that is incomplete in the eyes of pro-abortion rights activists, and describes the protections as associated with an ‘unborn child’ rather than a ‘fetus.’ Those advocates objected, but the elected, conservative-leaning state Supreme Court sided with the changes proposed by the Republican Secretary of State—who is vying to replace Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown next year—that omitted mentions of fertility treatments, contraception, pregnancy, and miscarriage care.
  • Syndicated By: AOL

WRAL Here’s how the lawmakers who represent Pennsylvania in Congress voted Oct. 27-Nov. 2

(Friday, November 3, 6:35 PM | By: Targeted News Service)

  • No other institution has so much unchecked power.’ An opponent, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said: ‘This amendment would make the Fed less effective.
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MSN One Year Out, The Battle For The Senate Will Come Down To The Wire — Again

(Sunday, November 5, 11:32 AM | By: Matt Holt)

  • ‘At the end of the day, part of what makes these Senate Democrats so strong is they have their own unique biographies, their own unique stories, and their own unique coalition of voters,’ Roberts told The Messenger. ‘I do think that they are well positioned to make that contrast about the Senate race in each of their individual states.’ Red State Showdowns Montana Sen. Jon Tester, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown, and West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin are the top targets for Republicans in 2024.

The Boston Globe These off-year elections could show whether abortion is still a driving force in politics

(Sunday, November 5, 5:07 PM | By: Lissandra Villa de Petrzelka)

  • A win in Ohio, Democrats hope, could also carry over to the 2024 elections, when incumbent Senator Sherrod Brown faces a steep path to reelection — a race that could play a key role in which party controls the Senate.

CoinDesk Sam Bankman-Fried Verdict: The Crypto Industry Reacts

(Friday, November 3, 3:00 PM | By: Ben Schiller)

  • Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH), chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs: ‘This verdict is a victory for everyone fighting fraud and scams in crypto.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Biden pick to lead Social Security pledges action on ‘heartbreaking’ clawbacks

(Monday, November 6, 5:00 AM)

  • Under questioning by Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), O’Malley agreed that limits on the amount of assets beneficiaries are allowed to hold are root causes of overpayments. The limits, which haven’t been increased for inflation since the 1980s, stand at $2,000 for individuals and $3,000 for couples.
  • Syndicated By: Hartford Courant

cleveland.com Politics both past and present point to coming dust-up in ’24 Senate race: Thomas Suddes

(Sunday, November 5, 5:22 AM | By: Thomas Suddes)

  • Next year’s U.S. Senate race is shaping up to become a donnybrook, with Cleveland Democrat Sherrod Brown seeking a fourth term in what’s often been called the world’s most exclusive club.
  • On the other side of the coin, since Ohioans began to popularly elect U.S. senators in 1914, only three senators have won three terms: The first Bob Taft, the Cincinnati Republican re-elected in 1944 and 1950; Greater Cleveland Democrat Howard Metzenbaum, re-elected in 1982 and 1988 — and Sherrod Brown, who, as noted, won re-election in 2012 and 2018.

cleveland.com Here’s what college kids have to say (or not) about Tuesday’s election: Capitol Letter

(Monday, November 6, 8:00 AM | By: Jake Zuckerman)

  • Flagging: The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed bipartisan legislation sponsored by Ohio’s Sherrod Brown called the ‘All-American Flag Act’ that would require the federal government to only buy flags completely produced and manufactured in the United States. Currently, the federal government can buy flags that contain only 50% American-made materials. ‘Ensuring ‘Made In America’ whenever taxpayer money is involved puts America to work.’ said a statement from Brown.

Washington Examiner Congress must pass the Railway Safety Act to prevent my town’s disaster from happening again

(Friday, November 3, 3:13 PM | By: Trent Conaway)

  • J.D. Vance (R) and Sherrod Brown (D), will take steps to reduce the same safety failures that led to this derailment. The bill would expand the use of wayside defect detectors, strengthen railcar inspection standards, and ensure trains carrying hazardous chemicals are treated with special care under the law.

Talking Points Memo All The Ways Republicans Tried To Game The Ohio Abortion Vote

(Saturday, November 4, 9:00 AM | By: Kate Riga)

  • Most recently, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose (R) — who also happens to be challenging Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) in 2024 — purged nearly 27,000 voters between an August election featuring a proposal he supported and this upcoming abortion one he opposes.

The Gateway Pundit New Video Emerges Of CNN Accidentally Catching Woman Allegedly Stuffing Several Ballots into Drop Box In Cleveland, OH, During LIVE Segment on 2020 Election

(Friday, November 3, 6:40 PM | By: Patty McMurray)

  • ‘We know that Ohio recently hasn’t been a competitive state, but, in the future, we know with [Senator] Sherrod Brown’s (D-Ohio) race and many other races, it is going to become more competitive, and we are going to see Democrats using this tool illegally to ballot harvest,’ he said.

WFTV Senators press nominee to lead Social Security Administration about overpayments

(Friday, November 3, 11:51 AM | By: Samantha Manning)

  • ‘Am I correct in understanding this outdated asset limit is in fact the leading cause of overpayments?’ asked Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio).

Black Enterprise Abortion Rights Bring Ohio Voters To Polls Early

(Friday, November 3, 10:53 AM | By: Sharelle Burt)

  • Senate Minority Leader Nickie Antonio (D-OH) said, ‘The poll that I’m the most interested in is the one that happens in the ballot box all the way up through Nov. 7.’ Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), who is up for reelection in 2024, posted a video to Twitter in support of the issue.

The Gazette Opinion: Voters’ angst prevails over 2024 landscape

(Saturday, November 4, 6:00 AM | By: Doapp)

  • Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema (independent), 2. Ohio’s Sherrod Brown (D) and 3.

Quad-City Times Steve Corbin: Voters already exhausted from the 2024 election

(Saturday, November 4, 6:00 AM | By: Steve Corbin)

  • The independent and non-partisan Cook Political Report feels there are three major ‘toss-up’ elections: 1) Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema (independent), 2) Ohio’s Sherrod Brown (D) and 3) West Virginia’s Joe Manchin (D). Legal issues may endanger Bob Menendez (D-NJ) returning to D.C. for his fourth term-of-office.

Ms. Magazine The Republican Crusade Against Issue 1: Ohio’s Reproductive Freedom Amendment

(Friday, November 3, 12:16 PM | By: Morgan Carmen)

  • Second, Secretary of State LaRose—who is notably also running for U.S. Senate against incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown—ordered the purge of almost 27,000 Ohioans from voter rolls in late September.

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Salon Ohio voters finally get a chance to overturn dangerous abortion ban

(Sunday, November 5, 12:02 PM | By: Mini Timmaraju)

  • There is perhaps no better example than Ohio, where Republican Frank LaRose, the current secretary of state also running for U.S. Senate, has made it clear he will do whatever it takes to support his own political ambitions—no matter the cost.
  • At Reproductive Freedom For All, we’ve been in this fight for over 54 years and we know there will always be politicians like Frank LaRose who are more concerned with getting ahead than doing the right thing for the people they were elected to represent. But we have hope, because voters have shown time and again that they will not sit back and take extremists’ efforts to roll back their most fundamental rights.
  • Syndicated By: MSNYahoo

Reason Dobbs Is Reshaping American Politics

(Sunday, November 5, 6:00 AM | By: Elizabeth Nolan Brown)

  • Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose publicly denied that Issue 1 was about thwarting a reproductive rights amendment. He was later caught on video admitting this was his calculation.
  • Syndicated By: Yahoo

PBS An Ohio amendment serves as a testing ground for statewide abortion fights expected in 2024

(Friday, November 3, 7:39 PM | By: Julie Carr Smyth)