In January, the Ohio Republican Party State central Committee will be meeting to undertake new business, including the election of the parties leader. The current chairman, Matt Borges, will be facing at least one challenger, Jane Timkin, a prominent Ohio Republican who stated one of her goals is to work with all republicans, and to reunite the Republican Party. (SEE HERE)
COLUMBUS – Josh Mandel launched his campaign for U.S. Senate today with a pledge to continue the historic national movement underway to shake up Washington. Mandel’s Pearl Harbor Day launch coincides with the 75th Anniversary of the December 7, 1941, attacks on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, that led to the U.S. involvement in World War II. Mandel officially announced his candidacy through an online video to supporters, which included a promise that he will be First to Fight to empower the American people. Click Here to View Josh Mandel’s U.S. Senate Campaign Launch Video – “First to Fight” and read the full script, excerpts of which are included below: Continue reading
Marion County GOP Chairman John Matthews was fired from his state job late Thursday following the release of an Investigation report from Ohio’s “Office of the Inspector General”.
On December 1, 2015, the Office of the Ohio Inspector General received an anonymous complaint alleging that Industrial Commission of Ohio (ICO) Director of Claims Support John Matthews “… spends his workday sleeping and fundraising for the Kasich campaign.” On December 11, 2015, the Office of the Ohio Inspector General forwarded this allegation to the ICO for an administrative review. Continue reading
Over the past few days, I’ve upload the Ohio Voter database to the Toledo Tea Party web site and have been crunching the data in order to better serve our NW Ohio Conservative Coalition constituents.
I was able to do a county by county analysis (see Excel spreadsheet) However, there were 5 counties that had historical data problems, so I marked their data as ERROR.
During the analysis of the data, I found several results that I find extremely interesting. and once again, support the notion that voters are tired of the same ole garbage, from both parties. Continue reading
Last fall, the Ohio Republican Party updated the party bylaws and filed them with the Secretary of State. (CLICK HERE).
The 66 member State Central Committee that you and I elected, voted and approved these bylaws. These are the rules the Republican party operates under in the state of Ohio.
Yet in March of this year, one man, the leader of the party Chairman Borges, chose to spit in the face of the 66 members, He chose to disregard the rules, and unilaterally spend hundreds of thousands of Republican party money, Not to defeat Democrats, but to defame and defeat fellow Republicans.
Leadership that does not follow the rules of the party must be removed from the leadership roll and be replaced by leaders that will work for the people who elected them, the 66 member board.
We will be submitting a petition to the 66 member board asking them to either demand Mathew Borges resign, or the 66 member board remove him from power.
Read and sign the petition:
CLICK HERE to add your name and message to this petition.
Toledo, OH – Members, Incumbents, and candidates of the Ohio Republican Party State Central Committee joined together today to demand the immediate resignation of Chairman Borges following the disclosure unauthorized use of party funds and resources.
As per Ohio Republican Party bylaws, funds or resources cannot be used to “…attack any other Republican.” in a primary election. According to information contained in the letter, 6 instances of “Attack on fellow Republicans” are documented. Continue reading
Ohio GOP registered their logo on Wednesday morning, then tell Conservative Candidates who mailed cards weeks ago to stop using logo.
The Ohio Republican Party tries to bully and intimidate conservative Republicans who don’t fit the narrative and refuse to fall in line with Chairman Borges.
Late this week, Ohio Republican Party Chairman Borges sent form letters to numerous Conservative Republican incumbents and candidates telling them, among other things, to stop using the Ohio Republican Party Logo. Continue reading