It’s a long road to Nov. 6, 2018, but what happens on that date may come to define to fate of the Buckeye State through at least 2031 and perhaps beyond. The campaign starts now.
All five statewide elected offices will be up for grabs. Three of the officeholders who win those seats – the governor, auditor, and secretary of state – will sit on the Ohio Apportionment Board. The other four seats come from the General Assembly with one majority and one minority representative from each chamber.
Democrats must win at least two of the three statewide seats to […]Full Story... →
During the campaigns of 2016, Plunderbund was consistently denied press credentials to Repulican events like the RNC convention as well as to Trump events. Not especially cool, but also not surprising since these were campaign events aimed at portraying their candidates in the best possible light.
But the campaigns are over, and Trump is now the president-elect of the United States of America. So when Trump does a large appearance, like the one today in Cincinnati, we would expect not to be denied. Sadly, Trump still appears to be in campaign mode, denying press credentials to PB Reporter John […]Full Story... →
When a resident of Miami Township in Montgomery County went to fetch her mail five days before Election Day this year, stuffed in the middle of the day’s delivered mail was a threatening note that borders on hate speech that gave her great pause.
The unsigned note, printed in large font, didn’t leave any doubt about its tone and instruction.
“YOU DEMOCRAT, ANTI-AMERICAN TRAITORS. YOU ARE BEING WATCHED. PREPARE TO MOVE OUT OF OUR TOWNSHIP. YOU ARE NOT WELCOME HERE.”
The resident, who asked this reporter not to identify for fear of reprisal or retribution, had a Hillary Clinton and […]Full Story... →