From the daily archives: Saturday, March 28, 2015

If the new Ohio Democratic Party [ODP] can match future election results to the rousing rhetoric delivered Friday evening, the White House win they hope to pull off again in two years could cascade to 2018 when Ohio’s all-Republican statewide officeholders, from governor to General Assembly, become term-limited and present open race opportunities across the board.

About 850 Democratic faithful packed the Athenaeum Friday night in downtown Columbus to hear the party’s new dual vanguard, David Pepper from Cincinnati and Nina Turner from Cleveland, outline what they called their “16-18” plan to build a better party infrastructure that can perform at […]

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