A recent Ohio Republican Party hit piece framing Republican legislative candidate Tom Brinkman as someone who “voted with Democrats” is emblematic of the Party’s attempts to crush conservative opposition.
An Ohio Republican Party (ORP) mailer received today credited incumbent legislator Stephanie Kunze with “fighting for local control of our schools,” but avoided the issue of Common Core.
Today I discussed the Ohio General Assembly’s refusal to stop Common Core or enact workplace freedom, as well as its support for increased public works debt, with Brian Thomas on the 55KRC morning show.
Ohio House 24th District incumbent Stephanie Kunze (R-Hilliard), elected in 2012 after receiving over $650,000 of support from the Ohio Republican Party (ORP), has been promoted in three Party mailers in the past week.
Committee to Protect MO Families, a Carpenters’ Union front group, implored Missourians to “stop the vultures from making Missouri a so-called ‘Right to Work’ state” in a social media post over the weekend.
MSNBC host and world-renowned race hustler Al Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN), which paid Sharpton $241,402 in 2012, has received over $3.6 million from labor unions since 2005.
Labor unions, Chamber of Commerce affiliates, and both major political parties support Strong Ohio Communities, a campaign to issue $1.875 billion in new state bonds for local public works projects.
Unions have created a new political action committee (PAC) called Ohioans United to push their demand that state taxpayers be squeezed to make education funding levels from President Obama’s 2009 “stimulus” bill permanent.
Ohioans Against Common Core and The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions have both scheduled events in downtown Columbus on Wednesday, April 9 for Ohioans interested in learning about Common Core.
Ohio’s $2.39 billion capital budget signed last week by Republican Governor John Kasich includes dozens of local “infrastructure” projects of dubious value to state taxpayers.