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Spectrum News 1 Sen. Sherrod Brown votes ‘yes’ on Ohio’s Issue 2

(Wednesday, November 1, 4:18 PM)

  • The Ohio Republican Party has urged voters against approving Issue 2, while the Ohio Democratic Party has not publicly endorsed or opposed it. Sixty-five percent of Ohio voters support legalizing recreational marijuana, according to a poll by Ohio Northern University.

Blue Delaware The Political Report – November 2, 2023

(Thursday, November 2, 7:00 AM | By: Delaware Dem)

  • OHIO REFERENDUM. Public Policy Polling’s new survey of next week’s election for former Ohio Democratic Party chair David Pepper finds a strong 55-38 majority in favor of Issue 1, which is described to respondents as a state constitutional amendment ‘which would protect reproductive freedom and an individual right to one’s own reproductive medical treatment, including but not limited to abortion.’

WOUB Promises being made and politics being played in the final days of early voting on Issue 1

(Wednesday, November 1, 11:11 AM | By: Aaron Payne)

  • Some doubt DeWine’s sincerity surrounding promises after Issue 1 The former chair of the Ohio Democratic Party, David Pepper, doesn’t believe DeWine and Republicans will follow through on this promise.

Ballotpedia News Four candidates running for two seats on the South-Western City Schools Board of Education on Nov. 7 – Ballotpedia News

(Wednesday, November 1, 3:42 PM)

  • Endorsements for the Students First! slate include the Franklin County, Ohio, Democratic Party and four education associations.

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POLITICO College athletics conferences team up for NIL push

(Wednesday, November 1, 5:04 PM)

  • – In a letter to Scott and Senate Banking Chair Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) this morning, the Merchants Payments Coalition sought to link Visa and Mastercard with the company, noting they allowed UnionPay to join the security standards group EMVCo a decade ago.

POLITICO Why a Fed rate pause won’t give Biden a break

(Wednesday, November 1, 8:00 AM)

  • Senate Banking eyes next steps on Israel – Committee members will attend a classified briefing Thursday as they navigate a response to the Hamas attacks, Chair Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) told our Eleanor Mueller. After a hearing last week “on crypto’s involvement, we’re looking at that – [and] we’re looking at potentially more sanctions on non-state actors, and we’re looking at Iran and Russia,” Brown said when asked about legislative developments.

NBC News Ohio GOP Senate candidate says ballot measure would let a rapist ‘force’ a woman to get an abortion

(Thursday, November 2, 7:00 AM)

  • The other two Republicans running against Moreno in the Senate primary to take on the incumbent Democrat, Sherrod Brown, have also made their opposition clear.

CBS News “If Joe Manchin runs, he will win,” says chair of Senate Democratic campaign arm

(Wednesday, November 1, 6:01 PM | By: Grace Kazarian)

  • FILE: Senator Sherrod Brown, a Democrat from Ohio and chairman of the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, speaks during a hearing in Washington, DC, US, on Tuesday, May 16, 2023. Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images
  • Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown will seek a fourth term in 2024. Republican challengers so far include businessman Bernie Moreno, state Sen. Matt Dolan, and Secretary of State Frank LaRose. Over the summer, Dolan launched an ad blitz targeting Sen. Brown on immigration.

CBS News “If Joe Manchin runs, he will win” reelection, says chair of Senate Democratic campaign arm

(Thursday, November 2, 9:31 PM)

  • Peters noted that presidential battleground states are also Senate battleground states, with the exceptions of Ohio and Montana, races Peters described as “very challenging.” Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown will seek a fourth term in 2024. Republican challengers so far include businessman Bernie Moreno, state Sen. Matt Dolan, and Secretary of State Frank LaRose. Over the summer, Dolan launched an ad blitz targeting Sen. Brown on immigration. In Montana, Sen. John Tester also faces GOP challenges from Reps.
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The Columbus Dispatch Ohio Senate 2024: Bernie Moreno doesn’t want Frank LaRose to touch his campaign paperwork

(Wednesday, November 1, 11:56 AM)

  • This article originally appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Ohio Senate race 2024: Bernie Moreno, Frank LaRose spar over filings
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cleveland.com JD Vance says banks should consider immigration status in making loans

(Wednesday, November 1, 12:14 PM)

  • Cleveland.com sought comment on Vance’s letter from press representatives for the Justice Department, CFPB and Senate Banking Committee Chair Sherrod Brown, a Cleveland Democrat.

Breitbart News Nolte: OH Dem Sherrod Brown’s Campaign Spent Thousands on Luxury Dining, Hotels

(Wednesday, November 1, 12:49 PM | By: John Nolte)

  • Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is in a tough reelection campaign and is still spending thousands on luxury dining and hotels. During the just-completed financial third quarter, Brown’s reelection campaign raised $5.8 million and spent more than $12,000 on luxury restaurants and more than $4,000 at fancy hotels — two at Martha’s Vineyard. The Daily Caller, which first reported on Brown’s luxury spree, detailed the expenses.
  • One rare truth Sherrod Brown does tell is that he is in a tight race. The most recent polls show Brown losing to Dolan by two points, losing to LaRose by one, and leading Moreno by two. What should concern Brown most is that he is polling below 50 points against all three.

Cleveland Scene Sherrod Brown Maintains Grassroots Fundraising Lead in Ohio U.S. …

(Wednesday, November 1, 1:37 PM)

  • In the 2020 election cycle, the group’s funds came from a nonprofit group called Duty and Honor, an affiliate of Senate Democrats’ Senate Majority PAC and Majority Forward, according to tax records Senate Majority PAC supports Democratic candidates in Senate races and is consistently one of the highest-spending super PACs. It often supports affiliate groups dedicated to specific races, like Georgia Honor and The Georgia Way, which both supported Democratic candidates in Georgia Senate races Brown’s Republican challengers in the Ohio Senate race also received PAC support PACs gave $19,000 to Moreno.

Napa Valley Register House Speaker Mike Johnson was once the dean of a Christian law school. It never opened its doors

(Wednesday, November 1, 6:30 PM | By: Brian Slodysko)

  • The ranking includes members who served for some of the 118th Congress but have since resigned or are planning to resign/retire soon. Tupungato // Shutterstock – 5 members of Congress Brown University is an Ivy League institution located in Providence, Rhode Island. Brown was founded in 1764, which makes it one of the oldest universities in the U.S.
  • Sherrod Brown, Amy Klobuchar, and Sheldon Whitehouse. Other famous Yale University alumni include former presidents William Howard Taft, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush.
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WKBN 27 Youngstown OH Moreno files U.S. Senate candidacy paperwork but doesn’t trust LaRose to review it

(Wednesday, November 1, 4:46 PM)

  • Moreno declared his candidacy and intent to appear on ballots in the March 2024 primary election, teeing up a Republican battle for the chance to challenge longtime incumbent and Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown. But Moreno said he does not trust fellow Senate candidate Secretary of State Frank LaRose — or his top employees — to review and verify the paperwork in good faith.

WFMJ Sherrod Brown secures investments for several Valley projects

(Thursday, November 2, 8:16 PM)

  • Senator Sherrod Brown has secured investments for essential priorities for the state of Ohio. On Wednesday, the Senate passed a bipartisan funding package that invests in military installations, transportation and housing, farmers and rural economies, and local projects.
  • We are making critical investments that our state needs – including in Ohio’s military facilities, and supporting Ohio veterans and farmers,” said Senator Sherrod Brown.

WFMJ-TV Senate passed bill includes $9.3M for Youngstown Airport, Air Base, Eastside connector study, Canfield garage

(Thursday, November 2, 12:42 AM)

  • The government funding package passed by the U.S. Senate on Wednesday includes $9.3 million for projects in the Mahoning Valley, according to a media release from Senator Sherrod Brown’s Office.
  • We are making critical investments that our state needs – including in Ohio’s military facilities, and supporting Ohio veterans and farmers,” said Senator Sherrod Brown.

Dayton 24/7 Now Senator Sherrod Brown shares priorities for Wright-Patt, military, veterans, UAW

(Wednesday, November 1, 3:03 PM)

  • DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) — Senator Sherrod Brown sits down with Dayton 24/7 Now on November 1 to discuss a variety of items he is in the process of working on.

sidneydailynews.com Bringing high-speed internet to more Ohioans

(Wednesday, November 1, 12:32 PM | By: Sheryl Raodcap)

  • I’ll never stop fighting for them – that’s what these investments are all about. Sherrod Brown is the senior U.S. senator from Ohio.

National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition Release: Senate Advances Agriculture Appropriations Bill

(Wednesday, November 1, 6:44 PM | By: Laura Zaks)

  • Senators John Fetterman (D-PA) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Representatives Alma Adams (D-NC-12) and Shontel Brown (D-OH-11) introduced the Supporting Urban and Innovative Farming Act (S. 2591, H.R. 5915) which would, among other improvements, provide mandatory funding that responds to the rapidly growing demand.

NBC4 WCMH-TV Ballot drop boxes in Ohio targeted by Republican lawmaker

(Wednesday, November 1, 6:00 PM | By: Natalie Fahmy)

  • “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.

NewsNation Now Ohio abortion measure sparks early voting surge

(Wednesday, November 1, 10:29 AM | By: Caroline Vakil, The Hill)

  • Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) – who’s up for reelection next year – posted a video on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, drawing attention to the election.

NBC4 WCMH-TV Lawmaker proposes banning mask mandates in the Ohio Constitution

(Thursday, November 2, 5:30 AM | By: Sarah Szilagy)

  • Vance of Ohio. The amendment, which Ohio’s Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown also voted for, would ban mask mandates on any form of federally funded transportation through Fiscal Year 2024. It mirrors legislation Vance introduced in September that would also apply to schools and universities.

UVA | Center for Politics A 2023 Election Mega-Preview – Sabato’s Crystal Ball

(Thursday, November 2, 10:34 PM)

  • Vance (R) carried them all by 3-7 points, roughly reflecting his 6-point statewide victory. Four years earlier, in 2018, Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) carried them, but so did DeWine in his concurrently-contested gubernatorial victory. These are the kinds of places – not quite suburban, not quite rural – where Democrats need to hold their own to win statewide victory in a state like Ohio, where so much of the vote is located outside the core urban counties.

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The New York Times Why the Abortion Ballot Question in Ohio Is Confusing Voters

(Thursday, November 2, 5:02 AM | By: Kate Zernike)

  • Instead, voters see a summary from the Secretary of State, Frank LaRose, a Republican who opposes abortion and pushed the August ballot measure to try to thwart the abortion rights amendment.

The Associated Press Ohio amendment serves as testing ground for statewide abortion fights expected in 2024

(Thursday, November 2, 12:31 AM | By: JULIE CARR SMYTH)

ABC News Ohio amendment serves as test for statewide abortion fights expected in 2024

(Thursday, November 2, 12:31 AM | By: Abc News)

  • Abortion opponents, she said, ‘will apply those weapons and learning in other states going forward.’ Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose advanced ballot language for the Ohio amendment that its supporters said was misleading, while GOP Attorney General Dave Yost took the unconventional step of producing his own ‘legal analysis” of the amendment. Its supporters said those actions by top state officials could cost them votes.

ABC News Abortion rights are on the ballot in Ohio

(Wednesday, November 1, 12:51 PM | By: Abc News)

  • Ohio law gives a state Ballot Board, chaired by the secretary of state, the power to finalize the language that will appear on the ballot. Members appointed by Republicans, along with Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose, approved the ballot language over Democratic members’ objections. Even though the language in the constitution itself would appear as proposed (and be posted at polling locations), the text on the ballot summary uses language like “unborn child” instead of “fetus.”
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cleveland.com Early voting ahead of Nov. 7 nearing August special election numbers: Capitol Letter

(Wednesday, November 1, 8:00 AM)

  • Sticker shock: Taxpayers are on the hook for as much as $2 million more to pay for the August special election. Tobias reports that the state Controlling Board approved another $2 million on Monday to cover the cost of the election at the request of Secretary of State Frank LaRose. That brought the total amount of state earmarks for the election to $18 million, though only $17.5 million has been spent so far. LaRose’s office originally estimated the election could cost about $10 million to $12 million.

cleveland.com How many millions did Frank LaRose and Matt Huffman cost us with their underhanded August election? Today in

(Wednesday, November 1, 10:18 AM)

  • But that special election came at a steep cost that appears to keep climbing. How much did Secretary of State Frank LaRose and Senate President Matt Huffman cost us with this cynical ploy?
  • But that special election came at a steep cost that appears to keep climbing, Lisa. How much did Secretary of State, Frank LaRose, and Senate President, Matt Huffman, cost us with their cynical