Fixing our democracy and elections to ensure one person, one vote
The right to vote has become the foundation of our democracy. Politicians have pushed for policies that make it harder to exercise our right.
Special elections for vacancies in the General Assembly
Party bosses and county officials shouldn't get to pick who represents the people of Ohio. Anytime a vacancy occurs in the House or Senate, a special election should occur within 90-days.
Automatic and private voter registration
All citizens should be automatically registered to vote when they become eligible. Ohio also needs to follow the lead of other States and place restrictions on who can download and access Voter Files to prevent data harvesting. However, the state should continue to make available voter data that doesn't include any identifiable personal information.
Equal access to the ballot for independent candidates
Work to reduce the influence of money in our campaigns
Real solutions for Ohio
We need new leadership with the ideas and solutions to solve the problems we're facing today. We need policies that focus on people and not campaign donors or special interests.
The Environment & Clean Energy
Corporations knew about the impact of fossil fuels in the 1970s. The government knew in the 1980s. In the past forty years, the free market hasn't solved the problem. We must do everything we can to ensure the survival of our children and resources.Learn more
Corporations do everything to minimize tax liability and benefits to employees while maximizing profits for CEOs and shareholders. Our hard work should benefit us, not just corporations.Learn more
Healthcare & Perscription Drugs
Affordable healthcare and prescription drugs are a right, not a privilege. Ohioans must pay hundreds of dollars a month for life-saving drugs like Insulin and EpiPen's even with health insurance coverage.Learn more