Townhall Discussion: Hope for Ohio

Posted July 13, 2014 in Event Updates

The Geauga County Democratic Women’s Caucus cordially invites you to a town hall forum with candidates for State office:

Sharen Neuhardt, L.P.A. For Ohio Lt. Governor

Sharen Neuhardt, L.P.A.
For Ohio Lt. Governor

Senator Nina Turner For Secretary of State

Senator Nina Turner
For Secretary of State

Representative Connie Pillich For Treasurer, State of Ohio

Representative Connie Pillich
For Treasurer, State of Ohio

Please join your neighbors for a frank discussion on the important issues facing voters this year.

Thursday, July 17, 2014
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. (forum begins at 7 p.m.)

The Bainbridge Town Hall
17826 Chillicothe Road
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023 Read more.

Rep. John Patterson Hosts Weekend on Lake Erie for State Lawmakers

Posted June 6, 2014 in Event Updates, Press Releases

Local State Rep. kicks off weekend showcasing Ashtabula County tourism 

GENEVA, Ohio – Today, State Rep. John Patterson (D-Ashtabula) will kick off his inaugural “Weekend in Ashtabula” event, showcasing Ashtabula County’s tourism industry to members of Ohio’s state legislature.

“Tourism is a fundamental part of our regional economy, and I want to give lawmakers from all over the state the opportunity to see our beautiful county and burgeoning local businesses,” said Rep. Patterson. “From beaches and vineyards to camp grounds and hiking and biking trails, Ashtabula has a something for everyone.”  Read more.

State Rep. Patterson: Budget Review Fails to Address Recent Tax Hikes, Cuts to Schools and Communities

Posted June 4, 2014 in Press Releases

HB 483 does nothing to fix mistakes from previous budgets 

COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives voted today on the state’s budget corrections bill, House Bill 483, by a vote of 58-32. Rep. John Patterson (D-Jefferson) opposed the legislation, citing its failure to fix Ohio’s regressive tax policies—instituted in the state’s last budget bill—that disproportionately benefit the rich and are paid for by the middle class, seniors and budget cuts to schools and communities. Read more.

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