The Clermont County Democratic Party
When & Where you can sign
|Saturday, December 7||1 to 3 pm||CCDP HQ||174 East Main St., Batavia OH 45103|
|Sunday, December 8||1 to 3 pm||CCDP HQ||174 East Main St., Batavia OH 45103|
|Friday, December 13||6 to 9 pm||CCDP
|Winners Cir. & Twin Spires Dr.|
Batavia OH 45103
A road paved with sand
Bills have been introduced into both the House and the Senate to dismantle the federal government’s role in interstate highways and leave that massive responsibility to individual states. Tea Party adherents and other conservatives are applauding this effort. The Interstate Highway System, they...
New Snowden Docs Reveal NSA Collecting Data on a 'Planetary Scale'
The National Security Agency is tracking location information on hundreds of millions of cellphones around the world every day, amounting to roughly 5 billion daily records, the Washington Post reported Wednesday, revealing that the agency makes "most efforts at communications security...
Kearney: Unpaid taxes won't force me out of the race
Despite owing nearly three-quarters of a million dollars in unpaid state and federal taxes, State Sen. Eric Kearney made it clear Wednesday morning that he has no intention of stepping down as the Democratic candidate for Ohio lieutenant governor.“I’m in it to stay,’’ the North Avondale...
Rate of Return: What Will Ohio’s Utilities Get for Campaign Cash?
IO released a study today showing that Ohio’s four electric utility companies have made political campaign contributions totaling nearly $2.7 million since May, 2008, most of which went to Republican legislators and officeholders who are strategically positioned to pass a bill giving the...
Really, Obama? That's All You've Got on Income Inequality?
President Obama gave a big speech today about rising income inequality and declining income mobility, and I was glad to see him give a shout out to my favorite theory of why we should care about this: These trends are bad for our economy. One study finds that growth is more fragile and...
A send-off to remember for Congress
Before members of Congress made their way back to Washington after the August recess, OFA supporters made sure they had a send-off to remember. Volunteers brought Action August to a close by reminding their representatives to stand with the American Dream and their constituents in support of...
Ohio State Rep To Introduce Bill To Protect The Inalienable Rights Of Waterskiers
There’s a certain kind of legislation that Republican State Rep John Becker likes to introduce. Like his bill that would eliminate voting on days preferred by African American churchgoers, or his bill that would kick pregnant women and low-income families off Medicaid, or his bill...