Category Archives: Ohio State

6th annual LIBERTY CAMP announces agenda

The 6th annual LIBERTY CAMP will be held July 10-14, 2017 9am – noon at Grace United Methodist Church, 601 E. Boundary Street, Perrysburg, OH  43551.

Fun activities each day with information about the political process.

Monday, July 10 – The process of presidential elections as spelled out by the Constitution, what is the electoral college, what is the difference between the electoral vote and popular vote, an examination of the Clinton/Trump results.  Jim Nowak who ran unsuccessfully for State Rep in the Toledo area will speak about his campaign and what it takes to be a candidate.  Of course EACH DAY has crafts, games, and music included. Continue reading

New Statewide Right to Life Group Attracts National Support

Since the announcement in March 2017, of a new statewide Right to Life organization in Ohio, Right to Life Action Coalition of Ohio, the newly formed organization has made enormous strides towards redefining the abortion and family-first strategy for this battleground state.  The group has already held two of five regional informational meetings to roll out their policy and guiding principles. Continue reading

Stainbrook appointee Hartley suspended from BOE

At the March 3rd Board of Elections (BOE) meeting, among other issues, there appeared to be a lot of communicating going on between LCRP Chairman Jon Stainbrook and his two appointees,  Hartley and Saferin.

On Wednesday, March 8th, Toledo Tea Party Chairman John McAvoy submitted a “Public Records Request”  asking for; Continue reading

Congressman Bob Gibbs (US Rep #7) endorses Jane Timkin for Ohio GOP Chair

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)

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Josh Mandel Launches U.S. Senate Campaign to Shake Up Washington

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

New leadership will restore integrity to the Ohio Republican Party

timkinAKRON – Tom Zawistowski, President of the We the People Convention, today announced his organization’s support of Jane Timken’s intention to replace embattled Ohio Republican Party State Chairman Matt Borges who is up for re-election in January of 2017.

In a strongly worded letter sent today (copied below) to Ohio Republican State Central Committee members, Timken said; “Several members of the committee have shared with me their serious concerns about the leadership of our party. The relationship between the ORP and the President-elect’s campaign was very publicly divisive. Last week I spoke with President-elect Trump and he agrees that it is time for a leadership change at the ORP.” Continue reading

Committee requests Ohio Sec of State recognize Libertarian Party

liberterianpartylogoCOLUMBUS—December 2, 2016—The five-person committee that filed petitions to place the Libertarian presidential ticket of Gary Johnson and William Weld on the November ballot in Ohio filed paperwork with the office of Secretary of State Jon Husted claiming party status and ballot access for the next four years.

The five committee members, all currently members of the LPO’s Central Committee, are requesting identification of the party as “Libertarian” and an immediate response to allow the party to place candidates on the Ohio primary ballot in 2017 in those jurisdictions in which odd-year elections are partisan. Continue reading