Ohio's Future 

 In Infrastructure

  • Ohio's Public Bank

    Ohio could use a publicly-owned bank to work for Ohioans interests. Bankrolling projects like roads, internet, and even student loans at low interest rates. 

  • Funding All Our Roads

    In 2019, the General Assembly raised the excise fuel taxes on gasoline, diesel and alternative fuels in order to head off a $1 billion shortfall in the transportation budget

  • Preventing Another Flint, Michigan

    Infrastructure encompasses many sectors but from one environmental aspect, nothing could be more important right now than getting our water supplies and distribution system up to a 21st Century standard.

 Taxpayers Expect Our  Infrastructure to simply WORK 

Great Roads... If We Can Keep Them.

If there is one area that constantly impacts all of us on a daily basis, it is infrastructure, and it is the one area that we have allowed to deteriorate every day for decades. Honesty and transparency are called for and it’s critically important we increase the public’s awareness and oversight over the caretakers of our public works. If Ohio’s citizens are being asked to pay more at the pump and see their monthly utility bills rise, then the taxpayer should expect improvements in their everyday lives when they travel, use water or want to go online.

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