The Friends of Sherrod Brown campaign today released a new ad, “Beginners,” which highlights how Josh Mandel promised to hire “qualified financial professionals” in the Treasurer’s office during his 2010 campaign, but turned around and hired unqualified political cronies and friends upon his swearing in.
Today we celebrate the anniversary of the end of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Unfortunately, just yesterday, in the face of amazing progress, Senate Republicans took a step backwards and voted against a bill that would have created a $1 billion jobs program for our veterans—a program that would have potentially put thousands of veterans in Ohio and across the country back to work.
Janice has been volunteering for Democrats since 1982, so we sat down with her to find out what inspires her to make calls and canvass every day.
As we all pause to reflect on the past year, we must look forward to the goals we’ve set for ourselves and our communities. Ohio’s Jewish community has a long tradition of service and social action, and those traits only strengthen as the years go by. Together we can strive to make this world a better place for everyone.
Alma has been volunteering since May of this year and loves talking to Ohio voters. We sat down with her to find out more about what inspires her in volunteering.
Josh Mandel says in his TV ad that he’ll stand up for Ohio.
But can Ohio really trust Josh Mandel?
He can’t be trusted to stand up to China.
Mandel stands with companies that outsource our jobs to China and opposes
making them pay tariffs for breaking trade rules. (PD, 8/26)
And Mandel can’t be trusted to stand up for Ohio’s auto industry.
He says he was against the auto rescue package (CD, 8/25), even though over 800,000 Ohioans work in the auto industry.
Josh Mandel can’t be trusted to fight for Ohio jobs.
Kassie from Ross County, OH has only been volunteering for Sherrod since July, but has emerged as a superstar volunteer already. So we sat down with her to find out why she volunteers, and the issues most important to her.