The Washington Post: For first time since 2010, America’s progress on health insurance stalls


It’s easy to talk about healthcare in terms of percentages and statistics. But those numbers represent real-life consequences for people across the country, including those with pre-existing conditions, those fighting cancer, and those with chronically ill family members. Having reliable healthcare can make a huge difference in people’s lives—which is why it’s such a shame […]

Right now, voting in this country can be tough. But it doesn’t have to be. As Sherrod puts it, we need to be making it easier—not harder—for Americans to make their voices heard. Read more about the current barriers too many people face in casting their votes, and then show your support for Sherrod, who […]

Money in politics shouldn’t be unlimited or untraceable. But Citizens United has made that the reality: People like the Koch brothers can pour massive amounts of money into our elections while subject to little oversight. When it comes to who is influencing politics, Americans shouldn’t be left in the dark. That’s why Sherrod fights for […]

The average CEO in Ohio earns 200 times what the average worker makes. That’s more than just a disturbing number: It’s a reminder of the fact that families across the state—and nationwide—are struggling to put food on the table, to afford critical medical care, or to pay rent … while CEOs rake in millions. We […]

We’ve just passed the two months to Election Day mark, and the campaign is only ramping up. It was another busy week for this team. We celebrated Labor Day at events in Lorain and Cleveland, focusing on the importance of the dignity of work. On top of that, students and elected officials gathered at the […]

It’s no secret that the cost of college (and the massive debt that often follows) can have life-changing consequences for families in Ohio and beyond. Sherrod has fought hard to put higher education within reach for anyone who wants to attend college—not just those who can afford it. He’s led efforts to expand access to […]