Ohio Democratic Party ONeill Says He'll Leave The Bench To Run For Governor By Ohio Public Radio • Dec 7, 2017 Ohio Supreme Court Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O’Neill says he intends to resign from the bench to run for governor. Former ODP Chair Meshel Passes Away By Associated Press • Sep 6, 2017 vindy.com Former state senator and Ohio Democratic Party chair Harry Meshel died Monday at the age of 93 after a lenghty illness. Dems Schedule Series Of Gubernatorial Debates By Associated Press • Aug 15, 2017 Ohio Public Radio Ohio Democrats plan to stage the first in a series of gubernatorial debates next month. SUPCUS Rejects Ohio Dems' Voter Intimidation Appeal By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Nov 8, 2016 Reuters The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a request by Ohio Democrats to issue a restraining order preventing Donald Trump's supporters from harassing or intimidating voters. Federal Court Panel Blocks Restraining Order Against Trump Campaign In Ohio By Associated Press • Nov 7, 2016 Reuters A three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has granted a motion by Donald Trump's presidential campaign to block a restraining order obtained by Ohio Democrats. Trump Campaign Appeals Voter Intimidation Order By Associated Press & Ohio Public Radio • Nov 4, 2016 Dan Konik A written order from a federal judge seeks to prevent Donald Trump's presidential campaign and others from taking part in certain activity that could intimidate voters. POTUS Speaks In Columbus By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Oct 14, 2016 Associated Press President Obama is in Cleveland today to campaign for Hillary Clinton after having strong words for Republicans in Columbus. POTUS To Attend ODP Dinner In Columbus Next Month By Associated Press • Sep 25, 2016 wsj.com The Ohio Democratic Party says President Obama will headline its annual state dinner next month. Democrats Appeal Golden Week Ruling By Ohio Public Radio • Aug 26, 2016 The Ohio Democratic Party is appealing a federal court decision that cancels the so-called "Golden Week", when voters may register and cast ballots at the same time. Judge Blocks Enforcement Of State Provisional, Absentee Ballot Rules By Associated Press • Jun 8, 2016 Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted says he'll appeal a federal judge's Tuesday ruling blocking rules for how thousands of absentee and provisional ballots are counted. Ohio Democratic Party Has A New Leader By Ohio Public Radio • Dec 17, 2014 Associated Press The new chair of the Ohio Democratic Party is former Attorney General candidate, former State Auditor candidate and former Hamilton County Commissioner David Pepper. David Pepper Front-Runner To Head State Democrats By Ohio Public Radio • Dec 15, 2014 davidpepper.com It looks like David Pepper is poised to become the next leader of the Ohio Democratic Party. Political Scientists Say Good News Lies Ahead For Ohio Democrats By Ohio Public Radio & Jim Letizia • Nov 7, 2014 Ohio Democrats haven’t had too much to cheer about this week after staggering losses at the polls Tuesday. Ohio Democratic Party Regrouping After Election Day Losses By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Nov 6, 2014 Ohio Democratic Party leaders and political analysts are weighing in on how the party can bounce back from Tuesday's election results. Dems Suing Kasich, Taylor Over Public Records By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Aug 15, 2014 Democrats are now filing a public records lawuit suit against Republican Governor John Kasich. Bill Clinton Scheduled To Speak In Columbus Tonight By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Jun 13, 2014 forbes.com Former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to speak tonight at the Ohio Democratic Party's annual state dinner in Columbus. Major Parties Spin Tuesday's Election Results By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Nov 7, 2013 The two major political parties have different takes on the results of Tuesday's elections. Governor Uses Executive Privilege As A Legal Defense By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Sep 21, 2012 Executive privilege is among Republican Governor John Kasich's arguments in a lawsuit filed by the Ohio Democratic Party over access to his schedule of appearances.