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Twittervism (A guide showing how to effectively use Twitter for conservative activism)
SunshineReview (Government Transparency)
C-SPAN - (Find out who your legislators are, what bills are coming up and how they voted)
Ballotpedia (The encyclopedia of democracy)
OpenSecrets.org F(ind out how money is influencing Government policy)
ConservativeUSA.org (List of Email and faxes for all Congress and Governors)

Tea Party Groups in Ohio
Columbus Tea Party
Ohio Tea Party Patriots
Dayton Tea Party
Ashland Ohio Tea Party
Ohio Liberty CouncilCouncil Dayton OhioTea Party -Home Page
Canton Tea Party
Cincinnati Tea Party.
Kenton, Ohio Tea Party
Licking County - Organizing for Freedom

Mansfield Tea Party Patriots

Medina County Friends And Neighbors

Southeastern Ohio TPP
The Columbus, Ohio Glenn Beck Meetup Group (912)
Coalition of Independent Citizens
West Central Ohio 9-12 Patriots (Delphos)

Medina County Friends And Neighbors

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Comment by Lisa Woods on April 12, 2014 at 2:09am

Kate Obenshain will be speaking at Highland High School on April 17.  This is a free event.

Make plans to hear a dynamic conservative woman speak about leadership, courage and morals!

Highland High School's chapter of Young Americans for Freedom is hosing Kate Obenshain on April 17, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Highland High School Auditorium.

This program is intended for all conservatives, but there will be a special emphasis on young conservatives.  Invite your high school and college friends and neighbors to hear her speak.

There is no cost for this event.

The following information about Kate Obenshain is from the following website.

http://www.yaf.org/Kate-Obenshain.aspx

An author, blogger, regular guest on Fox News, CNBC and radio shows, as well as a popular national speaker, Kate Obenshain is fearless defender of liberty. She inspires audiences with her passionate, experienced insights, never hesitating to speak her mind, even when it contradicts the establishment-as it often does.

Kate is the author of Divider in Chief: The Fraud of Hope and Change (Regnery, 2012)-a book that has garnered national praise for its searing, systematic indictment of the Obama administration's divisive, destructive tactics. Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, David Limbaugh, Congressman Allen West and other widely respected conservatives have lauded the book.

Comment by Nancy on March 30, 2014 at 1:39pm

Just a suggestion. . .

We recently discovered that a sample ballot is available online at our county's board of election website (we were researching for our son who is away at school and requires an absentee ballot). 

May we suggest that you too go to your county's board of election website and view and even print off (for yourself/your family/friends/neighbors) a copy of the sample ballot in preparation for the May 6th primary vote.  JMHO--always good to be educated in advance about not only who's on the ballot but what issues are being voted on as well--not to mention--it will expedite your voting process! Thanks for your consideration :)

You can find voting info (are you registered; link to county board of elections; absentee voting, etc) @: 

http://www.sos.state.oh.us/SOS/elections/Voters.aspx

Comment by Annette Stringer on March 13, 2014 at 11:57am

Thanks Nancy.

Comment by Nancy on March 13, 2014 at 10:05am

Just created a new discussion above to keep track of any/all info on Issue 1: 

http://www.teapartynation.com/group/ohio/forum/topics/2014-primary-...

Comment by Shelley SImms on March 12, 2014 at 8:32pm

Thanks yet again Nancy, I haven't seen anything on this. Could sure use some information before the primary.

Comment by Nancy on March 12, 2014 at 2:00pm

With regards to Issue One listed below for us to vote on in May, would appreciate an education from those of you who understand this better than I do:

1-why do we need to amend the OH Constitution in order to issue bonds? 

2-is this a one time issuance or ongoing? 

3-see any loop holes for anything to be issued other than what has been outlined? 

I always get nervous when it comes to talk of "amending" the Constitution--thanks for you help in understanding this issue--much appreciated! 

Comment by Nancy on March 12, 2014 at 1:37pm

I was looking into getting our son his absentee ballot for the OH May 6th primary and I see that there is a statewide issue on the ballot; posting for everyone's knowledge in advance of voting: 

Issue One 

TO FUND PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BY PERMITTING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS

Proposed by Joint Resolution of the General Assembly

To enact Section 2s of Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of Ohio

A majority yes vote is required for the adoption of Section 2s. This proposed amendment would:

Authorize the state to issue bonds or other obligations to finance or assist in financing public infrastructure capital improvements for local governments and other governmental entities. Capital improvement projects would be limited to roads and bridges, waste water treatment systems, water supply systems, solid waste disposal facilities, storm water and sanitary collection, storage, and treatment facilities.

2. Determine that such capital improvements are necessary to preserve and expand the public infrastructure, ensure public health, safety and welfare, create and preserve jobs, enhance employment opportunities, and improve the economic welfare of the people of Ohio.

3. Limit the total principal amount of the state general obligations issued under the amendment to no more than $1.875 billion over a ten-year period, with no more than $175 million issued in each of the first five fiscal years and no more than $200 million in each of the next five fiscal years. Any principal amount that could have been issued in any prior fiscal year, but was not issued, may subsequently be issued.

4. Require that obligations issued under this amendment mature no later than thirty (30) years after their date of issuance, and that any obligation issued to retire or refund other obligations mature no later than the permitted maturity date for the obligations being retired or refunded.

5. Authorize the General Assembly to pass laws implementing this amendment, including laws establishing procedures for incurring and issuing obligations, and laws providing for the use of Ohio products, materials, services and labor to the extent possible.

If approved, the amendment shall take effect immediately.

A "YES" vote means approval of the amendment. 

A "NO" vote means disapproval of the amendment.

Comment by Shelley SImms on March 10, 2014 at 8:38pm

Thanks Annette, makes me feel better about my donations.

Comment by Annette Stringer on March 10, 2014 at 8:23pm

I just spoke with Congressman Brad Wenstrup and asked him if what I heard was the case.  He told me that, if you give to a candidate, your money goes to him.  So I feel more comfortable giving.  Brad served in the Army in Iraq.  He is a surgeon and is one of the people elected with the sweep of 2010.  I trust him.  He's not my congressman but I would be proud to be his constituent.  He serves 8 counties in SW Ohio.

Comment by Nancy on March 10, 2014 at 8:32am
Thanks Annette for the insight. Did not realize this was even a possibility. Seems we have lots of homework to do not only in vetting candidates but also in following the money trail.
 

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