Brian Ames…community activist to speak at Auburn Career Center

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by Diane Jones
Published Tuesday, April 19, 2019

Brian Ames of Portage County has been engaged in a heroic legal encounter to correct the mistakes and shortcomings of the Portage County Central Executive Committee for at least two years. With the ouster of Portage GOP Chairman Jonathan Jennings on Saturday, March 30, 2019, it appears that the Portage GOP has the opportunity to clean up its act. Many of our readers are aware that both the Lake County Republican Central Committee under Chairman Dale Fellows and the Geauga County Republican Central Committee under Chairman Nancy McArthur (chosen by Republican Ed Ryder to be employed at the Geauga County Board of Elections—Does this constitute a CONFLICT OF INTEREST) have been the subjects of litigation over the last few years. Now the same thing has happened to the Portage County GOP inPortage County Common Pleas Court Case No.: 2017-CV-00380.

What is wrong with these Republican organizations?

Doing some research on Geauga County voting patterns, this writer discovered that there are far more voters registered as Independent than either Republicans or Democrats. It would seem that there has been so much underhanded partisan politics that the average voter has decided to shy away from affiliation with either organization.

Something that both political parties need to keep in mind: 48% of all registered Geauga County voters are Independents, the single largest voting majority. They will swing a Geauga election every time so it’s time to make nice with them.

In the meantime, we are very grateful to Brian Ames for bringing litigation to set the Republican faction straight. . . We have a feeling that Mr. Ames’ litigation is just the beginning of many long overdue legal actions against corrupt and unjust behavior.

Brian Ames will appear at the Auburn Career Center 8140 Auburn Road Concord Twp., OH 44077 on the evening of Wednesday, April 24, from 7-9 PM . His topic is “Using Ohio Sunshine Laws, Open Meeting Laws, and Federal FOIA Laws To Combat Corruption.” The presentation is free, but those who wish to attend must register with Eventbrite. We believe that the event will be Standing Room Only. If you have an interest in attending, register via the link here.



(LFC Comment: For clarification Brian Ames and attorney Warner Mendenhall will be speaking at the Auburn Career Center Technology building – across the street from the main campus.)

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