Contribute Now to Maryellen and Kevin

by Gloria Totten

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Progressive Majority is proud to have endorsed two outstanding statewide candidates in Ohio. Both Maryellen O'Shaughnessy and Kevin Boyce are proven leaders and committed progressives who are running in tough races against well-funded conservative opponents.

Your contribution of $35, $50, $100 or more will help give them the tools they need to win this fall.

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Maryellen O'Shaughnessy

OH-Sec State

Maryellen currently serves as Clerk of Franklin County's Court of Common Pleas. Prior to serving as a court clerk, Maryellen served for three terms as a member of the Columbus City Council, where she was a progressive leader. She is a dynamic progressive facing a tough election against a well-funded and staunch conservative. In 2006, Progressive Majority-fielded candidate Jennifer Bruner won election to the Secretary of State's Office. Maryellen is building a strong campaign. and is well-placed to retain this crucial seat. This is a vital race to ensure that we have a strong and fair-minded voice in the secretary of state's office.

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Kevin L. Boyce


Kevin is the current Treasurer of Ohio. He was appointed in January 2009 by Gov. Strickland after having served on the Columbus City Council. Kevin is a remarkable progressive leader who grew up in Columbus and now leads the treasury of one of the largest states in the nation. Notably, Kevin steered the Ohio treasury through the most recent recession without losing a single penny for the state. Kevin faces a very tough election, however, against a well-funded and very conservative state senator. Helping Kevin win in November is a top priority for the progressive movement.

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Progressive Majority

Progressive Majority is the only national organization dedicated exclusively to recruiting and electing progressives at the state and local levels. Since 2004, we have helped elect 375 progressives, flipping control of six state legilsatures, 40 local governments, four statewide positions, and one statewide body.

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