Mark Brown, the attorney representing the Ohio Libertarian Party and its 20124 candidate for governor, Charlie Earl, responded to motions to dismiss Earl’s complaint filed by Terry Casey and Gov. John Kasich’s 2014 reelection campaign.
Mr. Brown and co-counsel Mark G. Kafantaris asked The Ohio Elections Commission [OEC], the state agency that has jurisdiction over campaign finance laws, to not dismiss the case they filed on April 15, in which they allege collusion and coordination between Terry Casey, a long-time political friend and operative for John Kasich, top officials of the Kasich/Taylor Campaign and the Ohio Republican Party to remove […]Full Story... →
On Thursday, the Ohio Elections Commission will hear the complaint filed by the Ohio Libertarian Party alleging violations of Ohio campaign finance laws. Instead of dismissing the case, as has been asked by Terry Casey, a long-time political crony of Gov. John R. Kasich who plead guilty to violating campaign finance laws in 1992, and who again finds himself at the center of another lapse of ethics and campaign finance situation, OEC should either set a formal hearing to learn more or forward the case to Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien.
Central in the complaint is the allegation that Terry […]Full Story... →
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