VIDEO: Ohio Supreme Court Candidate Forum

Last week the Columbus Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society held a forum with the candidates appearing on the November 2012 ballot. The forum was moderated by Maurice Thompson, executive director of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law. We were in attendance and posted live updates from the forum on our twitter account (see tweets on October 3). By reviewing the video, we think you will learn quite a bit of helpful information on […]

By |October 8th, 2012|All Posts, Video, Voting|

Reminder: Last day to register to vote in Ohio is Tuesday, October 9th

The subject says it all.  According to the Ohio Secretary of State election calendar, tomorrow is the last day to register to vote for the November 2012 election.  Your unregistered friends and family can fill out this online form to take to their local county board of elections tomorrow to register. You can also refer them to our Ohio November 2012 Voter Resources Guide for help in researching candidates and issues.

By |October 8th, 2012|All Posts, Voting|Comments Off on Reminder: Last day to register to vote in Ohio is Tuesday, October 9th

Vote NO on Ohio Issue 2, the redistricting amendment

Dear friends of liberty,

Before you review the well-written piece we’ve attached below by Ohio director of Americans for Prosperity and CPA, Seth Morgan, we want you to also be aware that the Ohio Office of Budget Management (OBM) released a report today that estimates Issue 2’s passage would cost taxpayers between $11-15.2 million over eight years. From an article released today by Gongwer News Service:
“Between $9 million and $12.9 million of these costs will […]

By |October 3rd, 2012|All Posts, Ohio Politics, Voting|

Ohio November 2012 Voter Resources Guide

This posting contains a series of links to voter guides and other helpful articles that you can use to find resources for the Ohio November 6, 2012 general election.  If you have additional resources you would like to submit, please contact us.

Please check this article for updates between now and the election.
Voter Guides
(in alphabetical order)
Buckeye Firearms Association Pro Gun Voter Guide (includes local candidates) – link

FreedomWorks Scorecard […]

By |October 3rd, 2012|All Posts, Voting|

True the Vote releases statement defending Ohio VIP’s efforts to clean up invalid voter registrations

Five county boards, Fairfield, Franklin, Lorain, Medina, and Stark, refused to remove federally documented deceased voters from the rolls.


HOUSTON, TX. October 1, 2012 – True The Vote President Catherine Engelbrecht released the following statement regarding the Ohio Voter Integrity Project’s submission of Citizen Challenges, a process outlined in Ohio Election Code by which a registered voter can file an official request with their […]

Vote NO on Ohio Issue 1, Constitutional Convention

Dear friends of liberty,

Based on the research of attorneys Andy Russ and Ed Emsweller, the officers of the OLC Board of Directors are suggesting a NO Vote on Ohio Issue 1, the state issue which asks the question of whether or not a Constitutional Convention shall be held “to revise, alter or amend the Ohio Constitution.”

We have attached the white paper for your reference in both PDF form (see at the bottom of this article) and in […]

By |October 1st, 2012|Ohio Politics, Voting|

Requiring a photo ID to vote is an encroachment on liberty

by James Moyer

Quick question: What do you call a photo ID card which is required to exercise the fundamental rights of citizenship, such as voting?

Answer: A national ID card.

Now perhaps you haven’t thought about it that way, so let me explain.

I believe that our rights come from our constitution, our humanity and our creator, and that they are not given to us by government, and they certainly are not granted to us by having […]

By |September 29th, 2012|All Posts, Ohio Politics, Voting|

Opportunity Ohio releases school levy analysis charts for dozens of Ohio school districts

Opportunity Ohio president Matt Mayer has released a comprehensive set of charts that detail several statistics for dozens of Ohio school district levies which will be appearing on the November 6 ballot.  The charts list facts and figures such as:

How much property taxes will increase in the district
How much school funding has increased in the district over the last several years
Average district salaries for teachers
The level of increase in taxes homeowners will see at […]

By |September 27th, 2012|All Posts, Educational, Ohio Politics, Voting|

Buckeye Firearms Association November 2012 voter guide now available

The following release was posted by Buckeye Firearms Association on Monday, September 3rd:

After months of intense research, Buckeye Firearms Association today announced grades and endorsements for candidates running for office in the 2012 Ohio general election.

We have graded more than 250 candidates on their support for gun rights in Ohio. Of these, 109 candidates earned our highly coveted official endorsement. These include candidates running for the U.S. House and Senate, Ohio Supreme Court, Ohio […]

By |September 4th, 2012|All Posts, Ohio Politics, Voting|

True the Vote Ohio Summit in Columbus August 25th

The time is NOW to gain the skills necessary to protect election integrity in 2012 and beyond.

Join True the Vote for a full day of training, networking and inspiration from liberty-minded front line leaders.

Ohio is a swing state and as many of you know it has been said, “You cannot win the presidency without winning Ohio”. This statement has been thrown around quite a bit. While the last president to win the presidency and […]

By |August 8th, 2012|All Posts, Events, Voter Integrity, Voting|Comments Off on True the Vote Ohio Summit in Columbus August 25th

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