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Mike Turner Voted To Allow The Confederate Flag To Fly At The Citadel July 3, 2020 - “Time and time again, Mike Turner has had the opportunity to stand up to racism, and time and time again, he has voted the other way,” said Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper. “Ohioans should be proud of their heritage as a Union state with many soldiers who died fighting against slavery, so it begs the question why any Ohio representative would vote in favor of allowing the Confederate flag to fly at a military college that trains our next generation of leaders.”
When Congressman Mike Turner Had The Chance to Condemn Donald Trump’s Racist Tweets, He Voted No July 2, 2020 - When the time came for Congressman Mike Turner to stand up to Donald Trump and vote to condemn Trump's racist tweets attacking his fellow members of Congress, Turner voted no and stood with Trump.
Rep. Mike Turner Voted No On George Floyd Justice In Policing Act June 29, 2020 - Congressman Mike Turner voted against the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, which would ban chokeholds and no-knock warrants, require body cameras and create a nationwide police misconduct registry — and now he’s getting called out for his vote that would allow police brutality to continue with little accountability.
Montgomery County Democratic Party Demands Sen. Stephen Huffman’s Resignation June 11, 2020 - Dayton-area state Senator Stephen Huffman used a racist and disparaging term to describe African Americans. He then went on to suggest that African Americans “do not wash their hands as well as other groups.” The MCDP denounces this blatant act of racism and calls on Sen. Huffman to immediately resign.
Black Lives Matter June 8, 2020 - To Black Americans everywhere: We see you, we hear you, we value you, we support your calls for justice in the face of systemic racism. Your lives matter. The lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others matter. We are outraged at the violence experienced by the African American community, and as Democrats, we are committed to seek justice and equity for all Americans.
Montgomery County Democratic Party Urges Registered Voters to “Stay Home and Vote” in Primary Election April 23, 2020 - The Montgomery County Democratic Party is urging registered voters who have yet to cast their ballot in Ohio’s primary election to request their absentee ballot and return it before the April 28 deadline.
Montgomery County Democratic Party Postpones Frolic for Funds 2020 March 11, 2020 - Due to the recent news of a confirmed case of community spread COVID-19 in Ohio, the designation of a global pandemic, and based on the recommendations from Ohio's Department of Health, the Montgomery County Democratic Party (MCDP) has made the responsible decision to postpone the 2020 Frolic for Funds.