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“Sherrod Brown raises hefty $2.4 million in first quarter of 2017 …The sizable haul, the most Brown has ever raised in an election off-year quarter, is almost double the $1.35 million he raised during the same time in 2011.” —, 4/12/2017 This is what we can achieve when we all work together. We achieved […]

Judge Gorsuch’s confirmation is disheartening. But we can’t let it stop us from taking action. In fact, it should make us work harder than before. We need to put an end to Citizens United. We need to protect women’s access to healthcare. We have to hold the Trump administration accountable every time they don’t put […]

The gender wage gap isn’t only hurting women — it’s hurting families and the economy as a whole. In Ohio, the wage gap costs women on average a little over $12,600 a year. That could be a down payment on a house. That could pay the rent, mortgage, or health care bills for months. That […]

Seven years ago the Affordable Care Act came into effect. For millions of Americans it meant that access to quality health care would become a reality. For those who were denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition, they were given an opportunity that for so long had been unreachable. For families, it meant they could […]

The Columbus Dispatch had some pretty nice things to say about Sherrod. “For Democrats, Sherrod Brown is key voice in Trump era.” “Ohio’s senior senator has emerged, along with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., as one of the best-known Senate progressives willing to confront Trump.” “Brown connects with middle-class union workers.” Check out the rest of […]

The Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act is a mess — and it’s especially bad for seniors. Here’s how the New York Times summarized it: “While the tax credits in the Republican proposal are the most generous for older people — $4,000 for a 60-year-old compared with $2,000 for a 25-year-old — they […]

Hard work isn’t rewarded the way it used to be in this country. People earn less, can’t save up for retirement. Wages and benefits have declined or stagnated. Workers feel less financially stable, even though they’re working harder and producing more than ever before. Sherrod has a plan to update our economic policies and turn […]