David Pepper’s campaign has released the following press release.
COLUMBUS – At a press conference today, David Pepper, Democratic Nominee for Ohio Attorney General, responded to the latest revelations of unprecedented pay-to-play politics occurring in the Attorney General’s Office.
COLUMBUS (Chris Vanocur/Dawn Faugl) — Jerzell Pierre-Louis is finally speaking out. She’s the former Chief of Staff to Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo.
ABC 6/FOX 28 first broke the story about Mingo removing Pierre-Louis from her post. After Pierre-Louis left that office, she threatened to sue, claiming she had been fired after confronting Mingo with allegations of improper behavior with female staffers. But just months later – after Pierre-Louis withdrew some of those allegations – Mingo gave Pierre-Louis a $135,000, six-month consulting contract.
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The Mid-Biennium Review created five initiatives to help public assistance recipients get jobs and reduce reliance on public assistance, detailed in a new report by Policy Matters Ohio. “The context of these initiatives is a low-wage economy that leaves many working families i
Advocacy Groups Hold Community Meeting to discuss Medicare and Social Security and celebrate Medicare’s upcoming 49th Birthday. Rep. Marcy Kaptur’s Office to present at event with seniors discussing the programs and pertinent legislative updates.
President Barack Obama on Monday signed an executive order aimed at protecting workers at federal contractors and in the federal government from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
“I firmly believe that it’s time to address this injustice for every American,” Obama told a group of LGBT activists gathered in the East Room of the White House. Later, he added, “we’re on the right side of history.”