NPR: For Older Voters, Getting The Right ID Can Be Especially Tough

Seniors

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 […]

Sherrod is a champion for quality, affordable healthcare for all Ohioans—not just those at the top. From fighting for the Affordable Care Act to protecting Medicaid expansion to defending the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Sherrod is a reliable, powerful voice in ensuring as many people as possible have the care they deserve. Meanwhile, his […]

Cleveland Plain Dealer — In response to the very good news on the work of Gary Landreth, professor of neurosciences at Case Western Reserve University, and his progress in developing promising drugs to fight Alzheimer’s disease, I have to say that last week was a good one (“Drug’s effect on mice offers Alzheimer’s hope,” Friday).

Portsmouth Daily Times – More than 10,000 Ohio seniors in Scioto, Lawrence, Adams, Pike, Jackson, Gallia, Ross, and Vinton Counties participated in a tele-town hall with U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Tuesday morning. The call was the third in a series of tele-townhalls Brown will hold with constituents on a regional basis.

Youngstown Vindicator — Mildred Brooke of Boardman considers President Barack Obama’s warning that Social Security checks might be delayed next month “a little blackmail.”

“It’s just something to get those people in Washington, D.C., moving. I don’t really think it will happen,” said Brooke, 89, while bowling in a Senior Olympics event Wednesday at Camelot Lanes.