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14May

Mike DeWine raised $1 million in 72 hours following his GOP primary win, his campaign says

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Mike DeWine’s campaign for governor raised $1 million in the 72-hour period after he won the Republican nomination last week, his campaign said Monday. Campaign officials refused to release more detailed information, but said the donations ranged from just $5 to $12,707.79, the maximum contribution allowed for an individual donor under Ohio […]

4May

National Review: Yes, Ohio Republican Mike DeWine Is Pro-Life

Despite his primary opponent’s desperate assertion to the contrary On Tuesday, Ohioans will head to the polls for their state’s primary election, and the results will lay out a roadmap for a crucial election year in which the Republican and Democratic parties battle for control of the swing state — the first major contests since Donald […]

30April

Ohio has a bright future with Mike DeWine

On May 8, Republican voters should unquestionably vote for Mike DeWine in the Republican primary for governor. Here in northwest Ohio, as well as across the state, there are some significant issues that Ohio must solve if we are to take our state and our economy to the next level and ensure that our children […]

27April

For governor

The Republican and Democratic primaries for Ohio governor provide voters a mix of seasoned and youthful politicians and hard-right and hard-left candidates from which to choose. The Republican primary started off with a handful of candidates, but is down to just two: Attorney General Mike DeWine (running mate, Secretary of State Jon Husted), and Lieutenant […]

24April

Bubb endorses DeWine for governor

The State of Ohio is third in the nation for number of regulations, following Illinois and New York. Ohio’s Common Sense Initiative (CSI) was set to lessen the burden of Ohio’s regulations. But due to the lackluster leadership of Lt. Governor Mary Taylor, CSI has not come close to accomplishing that mission. Business leaders across […]

23April

Mike DeWine committed to justice

Conservatives across Ohio are supporting Mike DeWine as Ohio’s next governor because he is the only candidate with a real plan to combat the opioid crisis. DeWine has laid out a 12-point plan to get Ohioans the treatment they need, while putting drug dealers behind bars. As the Richland County Sheriff, I’ve seen first-hand the […]

20April

Letter: DeWine is working hard to eradicate opioid crisis

I respond to the March 27 Dispatch article in which Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Richard Cordray attacked Republican candidate Mike DeWine for “being derelict” as the opioid crisis has gripped the state. As a passionate mental health advocate and professional, I have had the opportunity to work with many government and elected officials in the past […]

20April

Candidates for Ohio governor on both sides talk to Valley voters

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Ohio Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine joined local leaders downtown on Thursday to talk about the future of Youngstown. Among the panelists at Choffin Career and Technical Center were Maurice Clarett and Mahoning County Educational Service Center Superintendent Ron Iarussi, along with addiction specialists. They discussed addiction, recovery, workforce development and how all of that can […]

19April

DeWine focuses on opioids during Findlay campaign stop

Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine and running mate Jon Husted met with 13 local business leaders and Mayor Lydia Mihalik on Wednesday in a campaign stop in Findlay. DeWine and Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor are in a contentious race for the Republican nomination for governor on May 8. DeWine, considered the frontrunner in the race, […]