CONSERVATIVES, YOU’RE NOT ALONE
We voted for Donald Trump in 2016; We reached our breaking points.
There needed to be some major change.
And along came Donald Trump.
Donald Trump is not a Conservative. His spending. His deficit.
My Problem with him is he lies.
I’m tired of being embarassed.
It’s OK to change your mind, Ohio. We did.
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Originally published CGTN By Sean Callebs The 2020 presidential election is rapidly approaching, Donald Trump and Joe Biden are spending most of their remaining time, and money focusing on the all-important swing states that could go red or blue. Ohio is always...
Originally Published: Statehouse News Bureau by: Karen Kasler Sixty-two percent of rural Americans voted for Donald Trump for president four years ago, according to exit polls conducted by The New York Times. Ohio's farmland was Trumpland in 2016, and Trump is...
Originally Published: Urbana Daily Citizen By Rocky Saxbe I have been an active member of the Republican Party for more than 50 years, and my family’s Republican roots go back to the Civil War. I was elected to four terms in the Ohio House of Representatives and my...
Originally published: The Athen Messenger By Tyler Fehrman I’ve been a Republican my entire life. I’ve worked in GOP politics for over a decade – I’ve managed races, consulted for candidates, and fought in the trenches for the conservative cause. In 2016, I could not...
Originally Published: Van Wert Times Bulletin | By Michael Anne Johnson It began with a July 25, 2019 phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky. During that call, Trump pressured Zelensky to investigate political rival Joe...
Originally Published: WYSO | By Chris Welter Miles Taylor was Chief of Staff to the Director of Homeland Security for two and a half years. In August, he was the first former senior Trump administration staffer to endorse Joe Biden for president. Taylor is affiliated...
“Appomattux Surrender” by Louis Mathieu Guillaume ©
It was the beginning of the end of the Civil War. Union commander Ulysses S. Grant’s Appomattox Courthouse meeting with Robert E. Lee was deliberately gracious. Grant opened by recalling their days in the battlefields together, as victors in the Mexican-American war. Their “talk” would be the first step on a long road to healing a bitterly-divided country.
Then General Ulysses S. Grant’s credentials in preserving the Union are second only to President Abraham Lincoln. As Union General, Grant led his forces to victory. But after the war, he led our nation through a time of healing through his Presidency.
Like Ohioans, Grant was humble and determined. While he wasn’t a dramatic character, he did rise to the moment to unite a nation most divided.
In an extraordinary time, Operation Grant for Ohio are Republicans and Independent supporters who seek to rise to this moment to unite our divided nation. Meet our team.