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The Hill Morning Report — Democrats fret over Senate race in Maryland, cheer Biden’s cash dash

(Friday, March 29, 6:53 AM | By: Alexis Simendinger)

  • In Ohio, progressive Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown is being challenged by Republican businessman Bernie Moreno, a Trump ally. Brown had a 5-point edge over Moreno last month, according to RealClearPolitics’s polling average. A survey of likely voters in early March showed Brown up 4 points in a general election matchup against Moreno.
  • Jon Tester (Mont.) and Sherrod Brown (Ohio) on the defensive (The Hill).
  • Syndicated By: Yahoo

Roll Call At the Races: Lieberman lookback

(Thursday, March 28, 2:40 PM | By: Herb Jackson)

  • Sherrod Brown of Ohio, Jacky Rosen of Nevada and Jon Tester of Montana are among the Democrats receiving the governor’s support.

FOX31 Denver KDVR GOP putting vulnerable Senate Democrats on defense with Mayorkas impeachment

(Friday, March 29, 6:27 AM | By: Alexander Bolton)

The Business Journals Intel Ohio project lands Chips Act dollars. What’s next?

(Thursday, March 28, 10:30 AM)

  • ‘We always knew this wasn’t going to be quick and easy. It was always going to be a challenge,’ U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown said during the teleconference. ‘This is the most complicated, complex project anybody has ever done in Ohio.’ Ohio Democratic lawmakers try to tackle transgender candidate ballot name issue: Capitol Letter

(Friday, March 29, 8:00 AM | By: Andrew J. Tobias)

  • U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, a noted Cleveland Guardians fan, in a Thursday social media post marking MLB’s opening day. Matt Huffman, Jason Stephens have selfish reasons for ending term limits, but is it a good idea, anyway? Today in Ohio

(Thursday, March 28, 10:39 AM | By: Laura Johnston)

  • You’re listening to Today in Ohio. Why is Sherrod Brown exercised about the size of portions in retail products these days? And how does he plan to regulate it?

Washington Examiner Controversial Biden nominee puts vulnerable Senate Democrats on defense on crime

(Friday, March 29, 6:00 AM | By: Samantha-Jo Roth)

  • ‘We know Democrats behind the scenes have already been telling the administration that Mangi doesn’t have the votes, so my question is why aren’t they pulling this nomination,’ one Democratic strategist, who asked to remain anonymous in an effort not to harm his clients with ties to the Biden administration, questioned. ‘It’s an unfortunate situation and I sympathize, but we need to be doing everything we possibly can to reelect Jon Tester in Montana and Sherrod Brown in Ohio, and making them vote on this isn’t doing that.’

The Epoch Times Yellen Vows to ‘Press’ Beijing to Address Cheap Green Energy Exports During Her ‘Next Trip’ to China

(Thursday, March 28, 10:16 AM | By: Frank Fang)

  • In a separate letter sent to President Biden in January, Mr. Ossoff and Mr. Warnock, along with Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), asked the president to increase tariffs on Chinese solar imports.

Mediaite ‘I Like Our Odds, Turd Blossom’: Fetterman Hits Back At Karl Rove Predicting Democrats Will Lose the Senate

(Thursday, March 28, 3:49 PM)

  • — Senator John Fetterman (@SenFettermanPA) March 28, 2024 Brown is brass knuckles in a rumpled suit.
  • If anyone can hold a  seat in  Ohio, it’s Sherrod Brown.

American Banker Buy the People: Red as Rust — Sherrod Brown’s battle for Ohio’s populist vote

(Thursday, March 28, 12:32 PM | By: Alastair Marsh)

  • Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown faces a tough 2024 campaign to recapture his Ohio senate seat in a state that’s increasingly Red. Can the same state that elected conservative populist firebrand J.D. Vance also re-elect Sherrod Brown? And what do the political undercurrents apparent in Ohio mean for banks?
  • Claire Williams, our Congressional reporter, wondered how the rise in populism tied to Donald Trump would affect the reelection prospects of Senator Sherrod Brown, the Ohio Democrat who’s just as populist.
  • WILLIAMS: And of course, the Ohio Senate race is subject to the same kind of demographic dynamics that will drive the rest of the country this election cycle, and the substance of the campaign will likely be centered on culture war issues, reproductive rights and immigration — not banking.

Inside Climate News Biochar Is ‘Low-Hanging Fruit’ for Sequestering Carbon and Combating Climate Change

(Friday, March 29, 5:05 AM | By: Emma Foehringer Merchant)

  • Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), another cosponsor, said he aims to get provisions for biochar research into this year’s farm bill, which funds crop insurance, conservation, nutrition and commodities.

The Vindicator Could the Valley abandon Sherrod Brown?

(Friday, March 29, 8:00 PM)

  • Sherrod Brown, considered one of the most vulnerable U.S. Senate Democratic incumbents, has enjoyed widespread popularity for years in Mahoning and Trumbull counties.
  • During a recent local stop, DeWine, now governor, said: ‘Sherrod Brown is not someone easy to beat.
  • Syndicated By: Tribune Chronicle

WDTN Foreign land ownership in Ohio raises concerns

(Thursday, March 28, 5:29 PM | By: Adrienne Oglesand Emily Lewis)

  • Now most recently, Senator Sherrod Brown attempted to pass a piece of bipartisan legislation to expose foreign entities that own Ohio farmland. The bill passed in the Senate but failed in the House.

Palmer Report GOP just stepped in it

(Friday, March 29, 9:00 PM | By: Bocha Blue)

  • In Ohio for example, the GOP chose as their Senate candidate to run against Sherrod Brown, Bernie Moreno, a trump sycophant who favors a national abortion ban even though the good people of Ohio don;t want one.

Matt Dolan

Deseret News Could a Trump endorsement decide the Utah Senate race?

(Friday, March 29, 12:26 AM | By: Brigham Tomco)

  • Leading up to the Ohio Senate primary on March 20, the Trump-endorsed candidate Bernie Moreno was polling neck-and-neck with more moderate state Sen. Matt Dolan, both at 30%. On election night — following a Trump rally in support of Moreno — Trump’s pick won with 51% of the vote compared to Dolan’s 33%.
  • Syndicated By: YahooYahoo

Bernie Moreno

The Washington Post GOP Senate candidates Kari Lake and Bernie Moreno don’t deserve to win

(Friday, March 29, 7:00 AM | By: George F. Will)

  • His Republican opponent, Bernie Moreno, once called Trump a ‘maniac’ and a ‘lunatic’ akin to ‘a car accident that makes you sick.’ He scoffed at Trump’s claims of election fraud and called the Jan. 6, 2021, rioters ‘morons’ and ‘criminals.’ But Trump, like a marsupial, has tucked Moreno into his pouch, and the amazingly malleable Moreno calls (as does Lake) the Jan. 6 defendants ‘political prisoners’ and says the 2020 election was ‘stolen,’ Joe Biden should be impeached and Trump is swell.
  • Syndicated By: QOSHEUpstract

The Hill Biden turns to old friends in fundraising battle

(Thursday, March 28, 2:14 PM | By: Elizabeth Crisp)

  • On the campaign side, the former president is scheduled to hold a rally in Wisconsin on April 2. His only other public campaign event since becoming the lone contender for the GOP nomination was a March 16 rally in Ohio to support Senate candidate Bernie Moreno (R).

NBC News Despite attempts to be less ‘divisive,’ Kari Lake finds it hard to shed her MAGA instincts

(Thursday, March 28, 4:48 PM | By: Vaughn Hillyard)

  • The Senate GOP’s major outside group, the Senate Leadership Fund, and its affiliated groups have booked more than $135 million in advertising time to boost Republicans in Montana and Ohio. Like Lake, Montana Republican candidate Tim Sheehy and Ohio Republican nominee Bernie Moreno, who won his primary earlier this month, are both backed by Trump.
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Ohio News Network Biden hits Trump over lack of campaign events in new video

(Thursday, March 28, 12:07 PM)

  • Trump is set to hold a rally in the battleground state of Wisconsin on April 2, which marks the second rally he has held since becoming the presumptive GOP nominee. The former president on March 16 held an event in Ohio to support Senate candidate Bernie Moreno.
  • Syndicated By: Yahoo

QOSHE Lara Trump’s Big Lie hiring: Republicans stick with loser strategy that failed them in 2020 and 2022

(Friday, March 29, 8:00 PM | By: Amanda Marcotte)

  • Bernie Moreno of Ohio is running against LGBTQ rights, but was exposed for having a profile on Adult Friend Finder looking for “Men for 1-on-1 sex.”
  • Syndicated By: SalonYahoo

Raw Story MAGA candidate’s family history does ‘not withstand historical scrutiny’: analysis

(Thursday, March 28, 2:16 PM | By: Brad Reed)

  • Bernie Moreno, the candidate backed by former President Donald Trump running for the U.S. Senate in Ohio, has long intimated that his family decided to immigrate to America from their native Colombia to escape the economic landscape created by “socialism.”
  • Syndicated By: Upstract

Marcy Kaptur


Toledo City Paper April 2024 Calendar

(Thursday, March 28, 11:04 AM | By: Shannon Merryman)

  • Earnest Brew Works Downtown, 25 S. St. Clair St. @crumbleycomedy THURSDAY, Apr. 4 [talks & lectures] Marcy Kaptur Representative: Great Lakes Restoration Initiative – The First Thursday Series is an interfaith coalition of local peace and justice advocates.

News Herald New Sandusky County EMS facility receiving funds secured by Rep. Kaptur

(Friday, March 29, 5:29 AM | By: Roger La Pointe)

  • FREMONT ― A new Sandusky County EMS building will be built on East State Street in part using Congressional appropriations of $637,195 secured by Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo.

Joyce Beatty

FOX31 Denver KDVR Democrats face growing divide in Maryland Senate primary

(Friday, March 29, 6:07 AM | By: Julia Manchester)

Ohio GOP / Ohio Republicans

Raw Story Jim Jordan mocked after saying Trump ‘backs the blue’: ‘Tell that to the Capitol Police’

(Thursday, March 28, 5:38 PM | By: Sky Palma)

  • After Donald Trump attended the wake of a slain NYPD police officer who was shot and killed during a traffic stop this week, Ohio GOP Rep. Jim Jordan took to X and praised the former president for what he sees as his unparalleled support for law enforcement.
  • Syndicated By: Upstract

The Washington Post Federal EV charging stations are key to Biden’s climate agenda, yet only 4 states have them

(Thursday, March 28, 11:13 AM | By: Alexa St. John)

Yahoo Indian Lake State Park reopens Friday after tornado, storms

(Thursday, March 28, 10:10 AM | By: Holly Souther)

  • Mar. 28—After a tornado and severe storms swept the Logan County area on March 14, Gov. Mike DeWine announced the Friday reopening of Indian Lake State Park.
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Ironton Tribune DeWine announces $64M to transform children’s health services across Appalachia

(Thursday, March 28, 12:01 AM | By: The Ironton Tribune)

  • Mar. 28—COLUMBUS — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted announced last week dozens of transformational projects that will significantly improve access to healthcare across many of Ohio’s Appalachian communities.
  • Syndicated By: YahooYahooUpstract

NBC4 WCMH-TV Ohio has $1 million reserved for solar eclipse safety costs, with millions more available

(Thursday, March 28, 6:00 PM | By: Natalie Fahmy)

  • Last July, Gov. Mike DeWine signed the state’s multi-billion-dollar budget with a $1 million allocation of taxpayer dollars for eclipse safety cost reimbursements. State officials said they are expecting more than a half million people to travel to Ohio to see the eclipse, and Rep. Gary Click (R-Vickery) said it’s going to strain the state’s resources.
  • Syndicated By: Yahoo

The Business Journals Through JobsOhio, state sets a precedent for economic development with boosted investments and expansions

(Friday, March 29, 7:17 AM)

  • ‘Ohio is witnessing a surge in investment and economic expansion, with the state’s overall project count reaching remarkable heights,’ Gov. Mike DeWine said in an announcement revealing the 2024 rankings. ‘Ohio is truly the heart of it all, as evidenced by this new era of strategic investments and increased employment opportunities for Ohioans.” Cleveland’s Mayor Justin Bibb attributes crime reduction, more police applicants to his safety initiatives

(Thursday, March 28, 5:18 PM | By: Olivia Mitchell)

  • The Bibb administration and City Council last year worked with Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine to bring in the Ohio State Highway Patrol to help augment Cleveland police. New Ohio bill would stop transgender candidates’ disqualification for not disclosing ‘deadnames’

(Thursday, March 28, 3:40 PM | By: Jeremy Pelzer)

  • Grim and Piccolantonio noted that Gov. Mike DeWine, a Republican, told The Plain Dealer/ editorial board in January that changes should be made to ensure that transgender candidates aren’t kept off the ballot because of the prior-name rule. Comeback city: Now is Cleveland’s moment for change, says Mayor Bibb in 2024 State of the City speech

(Thursday, March 28, 2:19 PM | By: Courtney Astolfi)

  • Bibb introduced legislation to City Council last year seeking the ban, but council has taken no action on it since. In the meantime, state lawmakers overrode Gov. Mike DeWine’s veto of a pre-emption law would ban Cleveland’s proposed ban. Bibb on Thursday demanded a statewide tobacco control policy.

The Christian Post ACLU sues Ohio over law banning sex-change surgeries for minors, men in women’s sports

(Thursday, March 28, 4:19 PM | By: Jon Brown)

  • HB 68 passed on Jan. 24 after Ohio lawmakers overrode Republican Gov. Mike DeWine’s veto of the bill, which bans cosmetic sex-change surgeries for minors, the prescription of puberty blockers or cross-sex hormones for minors, and males from participating in girls’ high school and college sports.
  • Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, who is named in the suit, has said he plans to fight it in court.

Beliefnet Ohio Father Thanks God For Saving Family After Deadly Tornado Rips Through Home

(Thursday, March 28, 10:31 AM | By: Inspiration Report)

  • ‘We came last night, and that’s all I could do … was cry,’ she said. ‘As night falls, we realized the things that we need cause in the daytime, I’ve got to stay busy, or else this is what I do.’ Gov. Mike DeWine, who has declared a state of emergency across 11 counties impacted by the storm, shared his condolences with the families who lost loved ones in the storm in a statement on X while praising the resilience of the people in the affected communities.

WKYC Cases of COVID, flu, RSV dropping in Ohio

(Thursday, March 28, 12:13 PM)

  • Dr. Vanderhoff said Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and his wife, Fran, got their latest dose of the updated COVID vaccine on Wednesday.

NBC4 WCMH-TV Texas Roadhouse raises over $56K in central Ohio tornado relief funds

(Thursday, March 28, 9:19 AM | By: Adam Conn)

  • Governor Mike DeWine declared a state of emergency for 11 counties impacted by the widespread damage from the storms and he activated the Ohio National Guard for Logan County to assist in cleanup efforts.

The SoCal Scene Show Ohio organizations partner to bring accessibility to solar eclipse

(Thursday, March 28, 10:59 AM | By: Cody Thompson)

  • âEnsuring accessibility for all Ohioans is a priority for our administration,â Gov. Mike DeWine said in the release. âBy partnering with OOD and ODNR to introduce LightSound technology, we’re taking meaningful steps to leave no Ohioan behind, especially during significant events like the solar eclipse.”

The Center Square ACLU sues to stop Ohio’s gender-affirming youth health care ban

(Thursday, March 28, 12:47 PM | By: J.D. Davidson)

  • In December, Gov. Mike DeWine vetoed the bill and a week later issued an executive order that banned gender-affirming surgeries on minors and developed corresponding health care rules for children and adults.

WHIO-TV Indian Lake State Park set to reopen Friday, 2 weeks after deadly EF-3 tornado

(Thursday, March 28, 7:09 PM | By: Whio Staff)

  • Gov. Mike DeWine announced the reopening this week.

WSYX Indian Lake State Park reopens as community continues to rebuild

(Thursday, March 28, 5:46 PM | By: Jeremiah Wilcox)

  • ‘Ohioans are resilient, and we have been diligent in assuring the health and safety of residents in the weeks following the tornadoes and severe storms in Western Ohio,’ said Governor Mike DeWine. ‘Indian Lake State Park is a wonderful destination for Ohioans and visitors to enjoy fishing and outdoor recreation, and its reopening is a step towards rebuilding our communities.’

WSYX LightSound device helps visually-impaired Ohioans hear the solar eclipse

(Thursday, March 28, 5:17 PM | By: Gwyneth Falloon)

  • Governor Mike DeWine, and two state agencies, have partnered to make sure no Ohioan is left behind for this historic event.

The Vindicator Dickey to fill seat on appeals bench

(Friday, March 29, 8:00 PM)

  • Gov. Mike DeWine will appoint Katelyn Dickey, who won the Republican primary for a seat on the 7th District Court of Appeals, to an open spot on that bench very soon.

The Intelligencer Improving Life in Ohio

(Friday, March 29, 8:00 PM)

  • Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says he chose Alisha Nelson to be executive director of OneOhio ‘because I know that she shares my vision of intentionally using these settlement funds to help Ohioans struggling with substance use disorder for years to come.’ It sounds as though DeWine believes OneOhio is under the right leadership to truly make a difference for Ohio residents.

EMS1 Ohio EMS to begin reporting non-fatal overdoses to the state

(Thursday, March 28, 9:04 AM | By: Avery Kreemer)

  • Before the rule change, the state only received data on fatal drug overdoses, according to a spokesperson with the office of Gov. Mike DeWine.

Ideastream Public Media Cleveland City Council signs off on financing tool to fund downtown development

(Friday, March 29, 8:00 PM)

  • Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced the charges this week.

The Marietta Times Complaint filed: Citizens voice concern over recycling facility

(Friday, March 29, 1:29 AM)

  • Davies then turned his attention to Austin Master and the news that Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost filed a complaint in Belmont County Common Pleas Court on Monday alleging that the facility ‘has allowed tons of waste, some of which is radioactive, to far exceed its permitted storage capacity.’ Davies said he had been unaware of the situation at the plant until Yost’s action made headlines.

The Times Leader Accountability key in Austin Master mess

(Friday, March 29, 8:00 PM)

  • No one likes to hear ‘I told you so,’ but officials in Martins Ferry, Ohio, are hearing that and more as a fracking waste recycling facility is facing a complaint filed by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost in Belmont County Common Pleas Court.

Marcellus Drilling Martins Ferry Mayor Gives Update on Closed Frack Wastewater Facility

(Thursday, March 28, 11:06 AM)

  • Yesterday, MDN reported that Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost took legal action on Monday, seeking to force Austin Master Services (AMS) in Martins Ferry (Belmont County), OH, to correct ‘egregious violations of Ohio law’ regarding the storage of oil and gas waste that he says threatens the Ohio River and Martins Ferry’s drinking water supply (see Ohio AG Sues Austin Master Services for Unsafe Storage of Wastewater). Last night, Martins Ferry Mayor John Davies addressed the ongoing situation of the now-shuttered AMS facility at the biweekly City Council meeting.

The VW independent Robocallers now facing contempt charges « The VW independent

(Friday, March 29, 8:00 PM)

  • Submitted information COLUMBUS – One of the co-owners of a shuttered robocall business is facing contempt charges for defying a court order prohibiting him from placing or facilitating robocalls, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and seven other state attorneys general announced on Thursday.
  • Dave Yost ‘This guy is a recidivist robocaller and a notorious name in the robocall industry,’ Yost said. ‘It’s time to sever his phone lines for good.’ The contempt charges stem from a June 2020 lawsuit accusing Rising Eagle and its owners of unlawfully bombarding consumers with robocalls that offered extended car warranties and health-care services.

The Business Journals DBJ Workforce Forum: Finding answers to the pressing need

(Thursday, March 28, 5:00 PM)

  • “Now we’re creating jobs faster than we can find people to fill them; and that’s both an opportunity and a challenge,” Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted recently said. “If you can’t find the talent, you can’t grow the company.”

All-in-One Inbox / Local

JD Vance I just got off the phone with Donald Trump

(Thursday, March 28, 11:15 AM | By:

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Gov. DeWine Comms Farmers Continue to Show Strong Support for Governor DeWine’s H2Ohio Initiative

(Thursday, March 28, 1:01 PM | By:

  • Dewine press release masthead newest *:* *MEDIA CONTACTS: *Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957
  • Lisa Peterson: 614-644-0957 *Farmers Continue to Show Strong Support for Governor DeWine’s H2Ohio Initiative* “Northwest Ohio Farmers Enroll More than 1.8 Million Acres of Cropland into H2Ohio” (COLUMBUS, Ohio)— Governor DeWine and the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) announced today more than 1.8 million acres are now enrolled into H2Ohio, a comprehensive water quality plan designed to address complex issues affecting Lake Erie. The results of the most recent signup period show a 32 percent increase in enrolled acres when compared to previous sign ups.
  • “Ohio’s farmers initially stepped up when H2Ohio was announced to be part of the solution to the water quality issues we see in Lake Erie,” said Governor DeWine. “Today we are announcing that even more of Ohio’s farmers are dedicated to doing their part, and we appreciate their willingness to participate in the effort to improve Ohio’s water quality.

JD I pulled out all the stops – texting, emailing, begging – and we still failed.

(Thursday, March 28, 5:15 PM | By:

  • JD Vance for US Senate I hate to come to you with bad news, but you have to I hate coming to you with bad news, but you must know. When our last game-changing deadline ended, it wasn’t good. I pulled out all the stops – texting, emailing, begging – and we still failed. Now, our FIRST quarterly goal of 2024 is approaching, and I need YOU to help
  • me ensure that what happened last time won’t happen again. CHIP IN TOWARD OUR EOQ GOAL >>>
  • you. Every single patriot and every single dollar counts, so please be sure to make your impact NOW! I’ll even do you one better.Your donation will have a 1000% impact. You can’t pass up this opportunity. Please make a difference in the next few minutes.

Team Greg for OH-01 Our first big test of 2024 is coming up, Derek

(Thursday, March 28, 3:02 PM | By:

  • END OF QUARTER DEADLINE DEADLINE: Sunday at midnight SUGGESTED SUPPORT: $10 >> CHIP IN $10 >>we’re quickly approaching the most important test for our campaign so far this year.
  • Our FIRST end-of-quarter fundraising deadline of 2024 is on Sunday, which means we’ll have to publicly report how much we’ve raised in the first three months of the election year.
  • If we show any signs of weakness or vulnerability, Washington Republicans and their special interest backers won’t hesitate to rush our opponent even more money to try to defeat Greg this November, so we need to keep up the fight. Team Greg for OH-01 Donate Now >>Monthly>> Paid for by Landsman for Congress Landsman for Congress

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost Contempt Charges Filed Against Robocaller Operating While Under Ban

(Thursday, March 28, 3:02 PM | By:

  • Dave_Yost_Header *:** **March 28, 2024* *MEDIA CONTACT:**
  • *Hannah Hundley*: 614-906-9113* *Contempt Charges Filed Against Robocaller Operating While Under Ban* (COLUMBUS, Ohio) — One of the co-owners of a shuttered robocall business is facing contempt charges for defying a court order prohibiting him from placing or facilitating robocalls, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and seven other state attorneys general announced today.
  • Yost and his counterparts are asking a federal judge in Texas to find John Spiller II in contempt and impose the strictest penalty possible – a complete ban from the telecommunications industry.

Team Kaptur Re: Wendy’s email

(Thursday, March 28, 4:57 PM | By:

  • Friend, did you see Wendy’s email? Our end-of-the-quarter fundraising deadline is coming up in just 3 days, and we’re currently short of our $10,000 goal by $6,884.
  • With our race projected to be one of the closest contests in the country, we can’t afford to let that happen.
  • If you can chip in, even a few dollars makes a difference. Here’s the link: you, friend. — Forwarded message — From: Wendy with Team Kaptur Date: Tue, Mar 26, 2024 Subject: What you need to know right now:

Hakeem Jeffries humbly asking, Derek

(Thursday, March 28, 6:01 PM | By:

  • This is my first major deadline of this election year. We must prove our people-powered movement can take on the extreme MAGA Republicans.
  • Suggested Support: $5 >>know it won’t be easy to reclaim the House and bring common sense back to Congress.
  • Grassroots Democrats led the charge to defy history and beat back the predicted “red wave” in the last election. I know you can help me take back the House.

OH-01 Campaign Updates This is our make-or-break moment, Derek

(Thursday, March 28, 7:40 PM | By:

  • As one of the most competitive races in the country, OH-01 could determine if Democrats are able to reclaim the House Majority this November.
  • Far-right Washington Republicans know just how important our district is – that’s why they’ll be closely examining our public fundraising report to see if there’s an opportunity for them to pour more money into OH-01 and elect their hand-chosen extremist candidate. We need your help to prove that our people-powered team is ready to re-elect Greg. Will you chip in $1 (or another amount!) to help us put forward the strongest fundraising report possible? With all eyes on OH-01, it’s never been more important to reach our goal.OH-01 Campaign Updates Donate Now >>Monthly>> Paid for by Landsman for Congress
  • Landsman for Congress Cincinnati, OH 45206

Hakeem Jeffries I’m going to need your help, Derek

(Thursday, March 28, 1:15 PM | By:

  • Before I ask you to chip in $10 to help Emilia Sykes win her critical election, allow me to explain why this race is so important.
  • Polls show this election is our chance to defeat MAGA extremism once and for all. Democrats only need to flip FOUR seats to take back the House and political experts shifted FIVE must-win districts in our direction. Extreme MAGA Republicans just held a high dollar fundraiser in an attempt to salvage their razor-thin majority.
  • CHIP IN >>must take back the House to continue our work delivering For The People. Help us meet the moment and provide Emilia with the resources she needs to win. Your $10 could make the difference between winning and losing this seat so please chip in now before our critical FEC deadline:

Bernie Moreno 72 Hours to go

(Thursday, March 28, 1:55 PM | By:

  • Bernie Moreno for US Senate As you know, the Democrats are DESPERATE to hold Sherrod Brown’s seat this year, and they’re spending tens of millions of dollars to make it happen. The clock is ticking. We have just 72 hours left to reach our fundraising
  • goal for the FEC End-of-Quarter deadline. <
  • year, and they’re spending millions of dollars to make it happen.Specifically, Sherrod Brown and his D.C. insider pals have already committed to spending over $100 million on this race in Ohio. We don’t need $100 million, but we do need whatever you can spare to help
  • fuel our grassroots efforts to mobilize voters, combat the lies from the fake news media, and take back the Senate majority. $25 TO MOBILIZE VOTERS »

State Senator Bill DeMora Monthly Newsletter update from Senator DeMora

(Thursday, March 28, 10:27 AM | By:

  • In the newsletter attached, you will find an update from my office for the month of March. During March, I had the opportunity to visit with many constituents and organizations within Senate District 25. In the newsletter attached, you will find a recap of what I have been up to as well as information about how to get in touch with me. As always, feel free to reach out to my office with questions or concerns that you might have.
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NOT MEETING: Senate Medicaid Committee

(Thursday, March 28, 10:41 AM | By:

  • The Senate Medicaid Committee will NOT be meeting the week of April 1st. Senior Legislative Aide Senator Mark Romanchuk Ohio Senate District 22

Rep. Adam Bird Weekly Update from Rep. Adam Bird

(Thursday, March 28, 4:34 PM | By:

  • Click here to view this email in your browser. It’s an honor to serve as your State Representative for the 63rd State House District. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter weekend!
  • I invite everybody to read more about what I’m working on at the Statehouse by visiting my webpage here, or checking out my previous newsletters here. State Representative Ohio’s 63rd House District Brown and Clermont Counties Receive Funding Nearly $7 million will be awarded to projects in Brown and Clermont counties for the improvement of children’s health services.
  • As part of the new Appalachian Children’s Health Initiative, the funding will be used to support the creation or expansion of community- and school-based health clinics, the launch of healthcare-focused workforce development programs, and more.

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Christy Jensen We can’t let Trump nominate another SCOTUS justice

(Thursday, March 28, 2:31 PM | By:

  • I’m worried, Team. This week, the conservative Supreme Court heard oral arguments over the abortion drug mifepristone. This is the first abortion-related hearing since SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade , and we are already living through the damaging effects of that ruling.
  • SCOTUS isn’t expected to issue a ruling until July, but we must prepare to fight back.
  • Our job is simple: We cannot let Donald Trump return to the White House where he will have four years to nominate another ultra-conservative, extremist judge to the United States Supreme Court.

Kevin Olasanoye Forget the noise

(Thursday, March 28, 2:49 PM | By:

  • Let me start off by saying that I know a lot of us have felt discouraged by sensationalist polls and articles out there that make it seem like we’re in a bad position. In particular, there’s been a LOT made about how Trump’s gaining with Black voters. Here’s the thing, though: the facts DON’T back that up.
  • How are pollsters and pundits telling us Trump could win 25% of the Black vote when only 5% of Black voters in Georgia requested a Republican primary ballot? I’m not impressed by any of that BS.
  • Instead of fretting about any of these disastrously wrong polls and clear misinformation, let’s focus on the plan to WIN in November.

Beat Cruz War Room Ted’s in hot water

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Congressman Sanford Bishop We know what happens when Republicans win.

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  • Friend, it’s Congressman Sanford Bishop. I’m reaching out because the end-of-quarter fundraising deadline is right around the corner. Will you split a contribution between the Democratic Party of Georgia and my campaign to help us reach our goals and fuel our fight for Democratic progress here in Georgia? >>decades, my district was a reliably Democratic seat. But in 2022, everything changed. I was named a Frontline congressional candidate, FiveThirtyEight said mine was the most competitive House race in Georgia, and I was in one of the toughest races of my time in public office.
  • Now, I’m gearing up for another tough election cycle. Over the years, Georgia Republicans have redistricted my seat, they continue to pass voter suppression laws to restrict access to the ballot box, and national Republicans have and will continue to flood our state with dark money — all in an attempt to erase the Democratic progress we’ve made here in Georgia.
  • After losing critical races in Georgia in 2020 and 2022, Republicans are determined to rollback our progress in this November’s elections.