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In Northeast Ohio, Sherrod Outlines How He Fights for Ohioans

COLUMBUS, OH – Last weekend, Sherrod joined more than 250 volunteers in Northeast Ohio and spoke about his work to deliver for Ohioans, from protecting reproductive rights and capping the cost of insulin to protecting the pensions of 100,000 Ohioans and ensuring veterans receive the healthcare they deserve.

Sherrod talked about being willing to work with anyone when it’s in the best interest of Ohioans and stand up to anyone – including his own party – when it’s not. That stands in stark contrast to Bernie Moreno who “has no interest in working with the other side.”   

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Geauga Maple Leaf: Brown Brings Senate Battle to Geauga

Amy Patterson – June 12, 2024

  • On June 9, Democratic party volunteers from five counties gathered at the Bessie Benner Metzenbaum Center in Chester Township to learn how they could help him win.
  • “We win these races, we fight back because of you,” Brown told the crowd.
  • Geauga Democratic Party President Janet Carson said the training event, which was attended by 264 volunteers from Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Portage and Trumbull counties, was the first of its kind.
  • Brown also said Moreno has vowed to enact a nationwide ban on abortion. 
  • “I always will fight for women making their healthcare decisions,” Brown told the crowd. “This is a pro-choice state.”
  • In a brief interview after his remarks to volunteers, Brown said he will win in areas like Geauga and Trumbull counties and the Mahoning Valley because voters want a senator who is on their side.
  • He cited recent…victories — like effectively pressuring drug companies to cap the cost of insulin at $35 and investment in infrastructure projects — as reasons why Ohio voters feel they have someone looking out for them.
  • “(I’ve done) round tables in every one of these counties to talk about veterans’ benefits,” he added. “I want to make sure they get every benefit that they earned, you know, whether it’s their social security pension for public employees, or whether it’s veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan, or Vietnam for that matter, and that they’re looked out for, and that’s my job.”
  • His message to voters is about government being on their side.
  • “I don’t look at the world as left or right, I look at it as whose side are you on,” he said. “I’ve had a career of standing up to drug companies and standing up to Wall Street, of fighting against bad trade agreements from presidents of both parties, and I’ll continue to do that.”