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Statement: Kasich Campaign Refuses to Agree to Debates

COLUMBUS – FitzGerald Campaign Press Secretary Lauren Hitt released the following statement on Governor Kasich’s refusal to agree to debate Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ed FitzGerald. “In late August, the Kasich campaign informed us that they were having difficulty coming to an internal consensus on how to handle debates. We agreed to give them time to […]

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Fact Check: Ohio’s Comeback

COLUMBUS – In John Kasich’s latest ad “Ohio is Coming Back,” the Governor once again takes credit for creating new jobs. But, in reality, jobs came back to every state after the Great Recession and 13 states have already recovered all of the jobs they lost, but thanks to Governor Kasich, the job come back […]

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ICYMI: Foodbank Director, Editorial Says Kasich is Failing Ohio’s Poor

COLUMBUS – In case you missed it, articles and editorials over the weekend showcased a leading Ohio foodbank director and other policy experts slamming Governor Kasich’s devastating impact on Ohio’s poor. While the Governor frequently preaches compassion for Ohio’s most vulnerable, the numbers show the Governor is once again hurting Ohio’s families to help the […]

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FitzGerald Campaign Statement on New York Times/ CBS/ YouGov Poll

COLUMBUS – FitzGerald Campaign Press Secretary released the following statement on the latest independent New York Times/ CBS/ YouGov poll: “This is the third poll this week, including one released by a Republican pollster, that shows no matter how much the Governor spends he can not persuade more than 50 percent of Ohioans to support him. […]

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What Kasich Didn’t Say in Cleveland Today

COLUMBUS – Governor Kasich traveled to Cleveland today to tout his job-creating investments in infrastructure. But what he didn’t say is that he fought to decrease pay for construction workers on public construction projects, and that his most recent tax plan would have hurt Ohio’s largest construction companies. Kasich Fought to Decrease Pay For Public […]

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What Kasich Won’t Say to the Ohio Chamber of Commerce Today

Under Kasich, Ohio Gets a “C” for Women’s Opportunities & Pay in the Workplace COLUMBUS – Today, Governor Kasich and Lt. Governor Mary Taylor will tout their economic record at a ceremony accepting the endorsement of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce. But just yesterday, a new report shows that the Governor’s economic policies are failing […]

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Fact Check: Ohio’s Comeback

COLUMBUS – In John Kasich’s latest ad “Ohio is Coming Back,” the Governor once again takes credit for creating new jobs. But, in reality, jobs came back to every state after the Great Recession and 13 states have already recovered all of the jobs they lost, but thanks to Governor Kasich, the job come back […]

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What Kasich Won’t Say On the Trail Today

COLUMBUS – Governor Kasich will travel to Lancaster and Newark today to tout his economic record. But what he won’t say is that the Republican mayors of both cities criticized the Governor’s budget cuts for slowing the local economic recovery and increasing taxes. And to add insult to injury, the Lancaster Eagle Gazette reported yesterday that the […]

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FitzGerald Campaign Statement on Buckeye Poll

COLUMBUS – FitzGerald Campaign Press Secretary Lauren Hitt released the following statement on today’s Buckeye poll from by the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron: “Despite $5 million spent on ads promoting Kasich and slamming FitzGerald, support for the Governor remains well under 50 percent and unchanged from previous polls. […]

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What Kasich Won’t Say at OSU Tonight

COLUMBUS – Today, Governor Kasich and Mary Taylor will speak at The Ohio State University and Kent State University, respectively. What they won’t say is that, despite the fact that tuition went up this year at all but two of Ohio’s public colleges and universities, Governor Kasich allocated the smallest percentage of state funding to higher education […]

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