It was a bit of political theater with an unexpected twist and a huge dose of public policy for wonks – an example of local politics and the effectiveness of grassroots in action. Chris Littleton was guest speaker at a meeting in Rep. Peter Beck’s district to present “A Case against KasichCare”, a plan to block Governor Kasich’s proposal to voluntarily advance Obamacare in Ohio.
Stacks of precinct walk lists, maps, KasichCare flyers, sign-up sheets, phone lists, scripts, and postcards were prepared and organized – ready to paper Beck’s district. Continue reading
The controversy about “smart meters” continues to percolate in Ohio – with Governor Kasich’s office intervening Saturday to defend private property rights after an Ohio woman’s smart meter story went national. A rightful conclusion for resolute Ohio resident, Brenda Hawk. Continue reading
FreedomWorks hosted FreePAC Bootcamp, an activist training and rally, on Saturday, September 15 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati. (Click on any photo to enlarge.)
Line to get in two hours before event starting time.
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Most political wonks know the saying, “As Ohio goes, so goes the nation”. Author Matt Mayer of the newly formed Opportunity Ohio skillfully makes the case for “Ohio’s fall from power” and the declining state of our state. In his book, he offers strategies and solutions to help taxpayers change the political landscape and affect policy in the all-important battleground state of Ohio.
We are deluged daily with Ohio’s presidential polling numbers due to its unique position as a battleground state. The outcome in Ohio has a huge impact nationally. Did you know that no Republican has won the Presidency without winning the state of Ohio? Did you know that Ohio was the state that decided the re-election of George W. Bush in 2004?