Against a party favorite, Kucinich and Samples create a campaign based on relatability and criminal justice reform.
In the race to be Ohio’s next governor, progressive candidate Dennis Kucinich and his running mate Tara Samples are running a familiar campaign. Their pro-laborer platform, one centered on a $15 minimum wage and healthcare for all, calls back passionate, Brooklyn-tinted speeches heard during Bernie Sanders’ campaign for president. They face party favorites, too, in […]
Come and meet Rob Jarvis, the Democratic candidate for US House 15. He will be holding multiple voter Q & A sessions in Franklin County. He is the Democratic Candidate who wants to bring back government to the people and not the big corporations. Come here what he has to say and let him know […]
Columbus City Council has narrowed down their list of 36 appointment applicants to just 13. Coming from an array of backgrounds, each will have an interview with council before the decision is made. Interviews are scheduled for next Thursday and Friday, January 4 and 5. Nancy Day-Achauer Ordained Minister at the United Methodist Church since […]
With less than two weeks left before election day on November 7, CU is taking a better look at the candidates vying for a spot on Columbus City Council. Priscilla Tyson is a Franklin County Democratic Party-endorsed candidate. Having served on city council since 2007, she’s prioritized community issues such as food insecurity and infant […]
With less than 30 days left before election day on November 7, CU is taking a better look at the candidates vying for a spot on Columbus City Council. Mitchell Brown is a Franklin County Democratic Party-endorsed candidate. With an extensive background in public safety, his priorities align with the Columbus Divisions of Police and […]
With less than 30 days left before election day on November 7, CU is taking a better look at the candidates vying for a spot on Columbus City Council. Will Petrik is a Yes We Can-endorsed Democratic candidate. As a community organizer, Petrik has rallied behind a variety of issues affecting Columbus residents. Should he […]
After members of the Columbus Education Association unanimously voted no confidence in the current Columbus City School Board members, progressive Democratic challengers for Columbus Board of Education Abby Vaile, Amy Harkins and Erin Upchurch voiced their solidarity with the teachers union. “We stand with our teachers and we support them,” said Vaile, a former union […]