DeWine touts state demolition fund

March 1, 2015 – Columbus Dispatch By: Eric Lyttle Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine issued a report today recapping the results of the Moving Ohio Forward Demolition Grant Program, which ended at the end of 2014. As a result of the $75 million invested into the program in May 2012, plus another $44 million inRead More

Election Night Remarks of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine

NOVEMBER 4, 2014 COLUMBUS, OH First, I want to introduce and thank my bride of 47 years, Frances.  Fran traveled to all 88 counties. She is undoubtedly the best campaigner in our family! Joined with us on stage are our children and their spouses and almost all of our 20 grandchildren.  You may have seenRead More

EDITORIAL: Claims Against DeWine False

November 3, 2014 – The Wheeling Intelligencer East Ohio residents’ direct experience with state Attorney General Mike DeWine gives them all they need to dismiss a gender-politics attack on him. It simply is not true. DeWine is up for re-election on Tuesday. His opponent and that candidate’s supporters have attacked DeWine for alleged insensitivity to issuesRead More

ENDORSEMENT: Mike DeWine has earned second term

October 29, 2014 – The Lima News This year’s award for most contentious statewide race has to go to the campaign for Attorney General. Both Republican incumbent Mike DeWine and Democrat challenger David Pepper have slung their fair share of mud. However, cutting through the rhetoric, the only thing that matters is which one wouldRead More

DeWine seeks another term as attorney general

October 28, 2014 – The Bellefontaine Examiner Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation lab is testing DNA at a far faster pace than four years ago under the direction of Mike DeWine, the attorney general said Monday during an address to Logan County Republicans at the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center. DeWINE Turnaround times forRead More

Editorial: Barrier to Employment

October 28, 2014 – The Columbus Dispatch Unemployment and drug abuse are two vexing problems that have far-reaching effects in Ohio and around the country. They sometimes are related: Many employers say they would like to hire, but are having trouble finding candidates who can pass a drug test. In a stark illustration of howRead More

ENDORSEMENT: For attorney general: DeWine

The Nov. 4 race for Ohio attorney general comes down to who’s more believable, the Republican incumbent, Mike DeWine, or his Democratic challenger, David Pepper. Pepper, a former Hamilton County commissioner, has accused DeWine, who is seeking a second four-year term, of rewarding major campaign contributors with lucrative outside legal counsel contracts for tax andRead More

Attorney general visits Cedarville

October 22, 2014 – Xenia Gazette CEDARVILLE — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine walked into Bill Harris’ AP government and asked which students wanted to run for office. Only junior Ian Waltz raised his hand, and despite the eye-opening information he received during a light-hearted exchange with Ohio’s top lawyer about running a campaign, theRead More

GOP lawmakers, Mike DeWine push ‘bill of rights’ for wards of court-appointed guardians

Cleveland Plain Dealer – October 17, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio — In response to reports of abuse by court-appointed guardians, Attorney General Mike DeWine and state lawmakers are pushing to enshrine into law a bill of rights for wards of the state. The bill of rights, proposed in recently introduced House and Senate bills, would establish that the elderly, mentallyRead More

Enquirer endorses Mike DeWine

Cincinnati Enquirer – October 17, 2014 DeWine for attorney general No state race has been more contentious this year than the one for attorney general. Democrat David Pepper has campaigned on the idea that the office needs new leadership, and in truth we haven’t always agreed with incumbent Mike DeWine. The Republican should have releasedRead More

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