Chagrin Gateway Dems Newsletter: 7/14/22

Thu. Jul 14, 2022 | News


The Chagrin Gateway Democrats are off and running into the 2022 campaign.
Next week, we’ll start going door to door with a new set of door hangers and also writing postcards to likely voters in the Chagrin Gateway area.
On Sunday, July 24, we’ll be setting up a voter registration station in Pepper Pike and will need help to cover at least one two-our shift.


Local and national news outlets continue to discuss the outrageous comments of Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Governor Mike DeWine. Earlier this week, Yost suggested a 10-year-old Ohio girl—who was forced to travel to Indiana for an abortion following her rape—was likely making her story up. Yost told USA Today he believed “more likely that this is a fabrication.”
On Wednesday, a Columbus man confessed and was arrested and charged with two counts of rape and is held in Franklin County on a $2 million bond. 

Yost confusingly doubled back, saying “we rejoice anytime a child rapist is taken off the streets.” Odd, considering a day earlier he said the man didn’t exist.
This fall, Yost is being challenged by Democrat Jeff Crossman. It’s time for an attorney general who places victims first and will fight for the women of Ohio.
Visit our website to study up on Crossman and the other Democrats on the ballot this fall. Bookmark that page, share it, and LEARN THESE NAMES.

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