State Issue 1 Ohio

What Ohio amendments wouldn’t have passed with a 60% threshold?

BY: - August 7, 2023

Only white men would be able to enlist in the Ohio National Guard.  Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Toledo wouldn’t have casinos. Ohio’s governor wouldn’t have term limits.  Ohioans would only have the option of straight-ticket voting at the polls.   These are just some of the amendments to the Ohio constitution that passed, but received less […]

Ohio Sec. of State Frank LaRose won’t discuss Householder connections 

BY: - June 29, 2023

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose on Wednesday said that it shouldn’t surprise anybody who knew former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder that he’s a crook. But LaRose continues to refuse to discuss his own ties to the scandal for which Householder is due to be sentenced today, Thursday. LaRose’s name came up repeatedly earlier […]


Ohio government is already captured by radical special interests. State Issue 1 would make it worse

BY: - June 29, 2023

The central issue for Ohio voters to consider over State Issue 1 on the ballot Aug. 8 is whether we want to give up our own power to hold our politicians accountable. Right now, due to unconstitutional gerrymandering, we have very little power to do so anyway. But Ohio Republicans are underfunding a low-turnout August […]

One year after overturning of Roe v. Wade, future of abortion in Ohio remains uncertain

BY: - June 28, 2023

In the year since Roe v. Wade was overturned, Ohio’s abortion landscape has changed dramatically — with a new amendment on the horizon. Thousands gathered at the Ohio Statehouse on June 24, 2022 through the weekend to protest the Dobbs ruling, while others gathered in celebration. “This Roe v. Wade decision has again been something […]