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Wake up call: Time to be engaged




May 8th Primary results:
Number of registered voters in Erie County – 53,487
Registered GOP – 12,969; Registered Democrats – 10,224
Number of voters in Ohio: 7,941,921
Number of GOP who voted in Erie County – 5,451–10.2%; in Ohio – 827,039
Number of Democrats who voted in Erie County – 5,258–9.8%; in Ohio – 679,738

GOP special interests groups and their wealthy donors will pour more money
into Ohio to maintain a hold on our state.
A magical Blue Wave won’t elect Democrats.
Only YOU voting to elect Democrats will bring change that will benefit ALL Ohioans.


Hold for-profit charter schools accountable – ECOT owes Ohio $80 million.

Save Medicaid Expansion for over 700,000 Ohioans.

Reinvest in Ohio local communities to reduce tax burdens versus funds kept by state.

Invest in public schools – 5th under Strickland; dropped to 22nd under Kasich.

Work to find real solutions and funding for Ohio’s opioid crisis.

Under GOP control since 2011, Ohio has lagged the USA average in job growth:
for 65 consecutive months; 90,000 fewer jobs today than in 2000.
Ohio jobs have grown by 2.4% – compared to National job growth of 10%.

Fix voter restrictions versus purging voters because voters haven’t voted enough.

Securing Social Security benefits that we – The People – pay into and earn.

Legislation affecting Unions is on the horizon…again. Remember SB5 in 2011?
Saving Unions saves the Middle Class of Ohio.

Restrictions on women’s health care options.

Tax cuts for the wealthy at the expense of working people.

White House, Congress AND Columbus State Offices – all under 1-party rule of GOP –
 do not have any checks and balances:

GOP Ohio House Speaker resigned due to two FBI investigations;
no speaker = no work.
White House administration’s revolving door as staff are fired/quit
and spend tax $ unchecked.

Don’t you think it is time to become engaged in exercising YOUR right to vote?
Vote Democrat – November 6, 2018 – General Election
Deadline to register to vote in General Election is Tuesday, October 9th
Early Voting for General Election begins Wednesday, October 10th

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