Ohio’s Opioid Crisis
The opioid crisis is ravaging our communities, and we cannot arrest our way out of the problem. We will reinvest in local law enforcement and opioid treatment and get drugs off our streets.
Ohio is missing out on the clean energy revolution. We will create more good-paying jobs, revitalize rural communities, reduce the costs of energy bills and improve our air and water quality.
Support for Small Businesses
Small businesses are critical to workforce development. We will focus on job training, infrastructure, transportation and child care initiatives to help businesses thrive.
Agriculture and Farming
When our farms and our farmers are secure and faring well, our rural communities and small towns thrive.
Health Care: Reduced Costs, Reliable Coverage
Every Ohioan should have access to the care they need when they get sick or hurt, and we will work to ensure they do. We will protect Medicaid expansion and the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
Reducing Gun Violence
Gun violence is plaguing our communities. We have a robust, commonsense gun violence prevention plan that we will enact to get guns out of the wrong hands and keep Ohioans safe.
Pre-kindergarten increases kids’ school readiness and ability to master language, literacy, and math skills. We will make pre-school universal so that every kid enters kindergarten equipped with the tools to learn and start a bright future.
Seniors and Retirement
Investing today in the well-being of our seniors is the right thing to do and will help us retain and attract more retirees to live here.
We believe that public schools are the most crucial investment Ohio can make.
Today’s economy is constantly shifting and the pace of change is accelerating. We must prepare our current and future workforce with the education and training they need to successfully shift with it.
Veterans and Servicemembers
Veterans and servicemembers deserve the highest gratitude and respect our country and state can offer.
Ohio Commission on Women & Girls
Women and girls in Ohio continue to face gender inequities that hold them back from reaching their full potential.
Whether we drink a glass of water with breakfast, drive or ride to work, or check our email, Ohioans depend on our state’s infrastructure every single day. It shapes the commute time to work and school, the cost of groceries at the store, and the size of our electricity and water bills. Our roads and…