Ohioans have an unquestionable right to know how their state does business in their names

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Friends,

Since taking legal action against Governor Mike DeWine, we’re still working on getting answers about his involvement in the FirstEnergy scandal, which hard-working Ohioans are still forced to pay $287,000 every single day for.

But here’s the thing: The DeWine administration still refuses to take any accountability and is trying to ensure that DeWine’s daily calendar remains concealed.

Cleveland.com’s Editorial Board is pushing for transparency and accountability from Mike DeWine because, as Ohioans, we have the right to know how our state is doing business.

Corruption and bribery at the expense of working people is unacceptable. Ohioans deserve leadership without exploitation – and we’re fighting hard to make sure justice is delivered.

Join us in demanding the truth about Mike DeWine’s involvement with the FirstEnergy scandal – add your name to our petition today if you agree we deserve answers >>

SIGN THE PETITION

Thank you,

 The Ohio Democratic Party

P.S. — If you want to help fund our lawsuit against Mike DeWine, chip in today >>

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