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Senator Rob Portman (R)
Washington, DC: Phone: 202-224-3353.
Columbus Office: Phone: 614-469-6774
Email: https://www.portman.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form

Senator Sherrod Brown (D)
Washington, DC: (202) 224-2315
Columbus Office: (614) 469-2083
Email: https://www.brown.senate.gov/contact/email

Rep. Steve Stivers, (R)
Washington, DC Office: 202-225-2015
Lancaster Office: (740) 654-2654
123 South Broad Street Suite 235 Lancaster, OH 43130
Email: http://stivers.house.gov/contact/



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Join your Fairfield County Candidates for Breakfast and Action!
Event Details  ·  May 5, 2018

2018 Primary Election
Primary Election Day
May 8, 2018

Breakfast in Action
Join your Fairfield County Candidates for Breakfast and Action!
Event Details  ·  May 19, 2018

FFCDP Reorg
Fairfield County Democrats Central/Executive Committee Reorg meeting
Event Details  ·  Jun 7, 2018

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Twenty years after Columbine, an American generation raised on school shootings fights back
Nineteen years after the massacre at Columbine shocked the entire nation, five years and four months after Sandy Hook made the American president cry on television, and two months after Parkland shocked us again, students at over 2,500 schools across the U.S. united for a second National School...
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Not just Starbucks: LA Fitness profiles, ejects, bans longtime member for working out while black
While everyone was still (rightfully) raging at a Philadelphia Starbucks for racially profiling black male customers as dangerous users of restrooms, another national chain was doing the same damn thing in New Jersey, with just a fraction of the public scrutiny. On Monday, Tshyrad Oates joined...
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How a Skeptical High School Teacher Learned to Take Teenagers Seriously
This article first appeared on TomDispatch.com. During the first week of May 1963, more than 800 African-American students walked out of their classrooms and into the streets of Birmingham, Alabama, to call for an end to segregation. Despite frequent arrests and having dogs and high-pressure...
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Trump Is Considering Another Presidential Pardon
President Donald Trump on Saturday announced on Twitter that he is considering granting a posthumous pardon to the late boxing legend Jack Johnson after speaking with actor and filmmaker Sylvester Stallone. Sylvester Stallone called me with the story of heavyweight boxing champion Jack...
News Item  ·  Mother Jones Politics  ·  Apr 21, 2018_  right

Ohio Dark Money in the 2018 Primaries
Newly filed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) documents reveal links between a newly created SuperPAC called Conservative Alliance PAC and the same Ohio Dark Money players behind Rob Portman’s 2016 single-candidate SuperPAC, Fighting for Ohio PAC. Conservative Alliance PAC is running...
News Item  ·  Plunderbund  ·  Apr 21, 2018_  right

The Homestar Runner Guys Celebrated Record Store Day by Making a New Fisher-Price Record
One of the highlights of the Homestar Runner universe is the indie band sloshy, who were briefly Strong Bad’s favorite group after an opening gig for hair metal rockers Limozeen mistakenly convinced him they were metal. Sloshy doesn’t show up on the website often, but when they do, it’s...
News Item  ·  Slate  ·  Apr 22, 2018_  right

Who the Heck Are Mr. Magoo and Mr. Peepers, Anyway?
It’s not every day that a nation wakes up to discover its president is publicly claiming to have never heard of Mr. Magoo or Mr. Peepers. But these are extraordinary times for the United States, and so Saturday morning, its citizens faced a bizarre statement from the president claiming that he...
News Item  ·  Slate  ·  Apr 22, 2018_  right

What Andrew Cuomo Has in Common With Scott Walker
John Nichols The New York governor’s failure to call a prompt special election to fill a vacant congressional seat disregards democracy. The post What Andrew Cuomo Has in Common With Scott Walker appeared first on The Nation.
News Item  ·  The Nation  ·  Apr 20, 2018_  right

This Gun-Control Activist Helped Plan the March for Our Lives. Now She’s Running for Congress.
Joan Walsh Lucy McBath, whose son was shot and killed in 2012, has jumped into the primary to take on Karen Handel in Georgia’s sixth district. The post This Gun-Control Activist Helped Plan the March for Our Lives. Now She’s Running for Congress. appeared first on The Nation.
News Item  ·  The Nation  ·  Apr 20, 2018_  right

House Republicans prepare to battle for leadership slots
A slew of ambitious Republicans are eyeing slots on the leadership ladder.
News Item  ·  The Hill  ·  Apr 22, 2018_  right

Romney forced into GOP primary for Utah Senate nomination
Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney failed to secure the Utah Republican Party's nomination for Senate on Saturday, triggering a June primary.In the final round of voting at the party's convention, state...
News Item  ·  The Hill  ·  Apr 22, 2018_  right

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