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Josh Mandel asks Mike DeWine to remove 1619 Project resource on state website

Republican Ohio Senate candidate Josh Mandel took aim at Republican Gov. Mike DeWine for the state’s Education Department listing the New York Times’s 1619 Project curriculum as a teaching resource. The inclusion of the Pulitzer Center’s 1619 Project curriculum was included in an Education Department social studies newsletter in November...
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Race for Ohio’s Senate seat: Josh Mandel

CLEVELAND (WJW)– The race to fill Sen. Rob Portman’s seat is already getting crowded. After the longtime politician announced he would not seek another term, at least four Republicans have entered the race. FOX 8’s Joe Toohey sat down with one of those candidates: former Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel.
Marietta, OHMarietta Times

Josh Mandel to visit Marietta on Friday as part of rally

Josh Mandel, who is running for the U.S. Senate seat which will be vacated by Republican Sen. Rob Portman, will be in Marietta on Friday as part of his “Faith & Freedom Rally.”. Portman decided in January not to run for re-election. The event will be held at 7 p.m....
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Cleveland.com

Delaware County GOP no longer helping Josh Mandel fundraise

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Delaware County Republican Party is no longer helping GOP former Treasurer Josh Mandel’s Senate campaign, according to a Federal Election Commission filing. Unlike other candidates in the race, Mandel is using what is called a joint fundraising committee to collect campaign donations. The joint fundraising committee...
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TheDailyBeast

Josh Mandel Slams Big Tech Companies That Made Him Tens of Thousands

Josh Mandel—the far-right, former Ohio state representative now running for Senate—has recently joined the chorus of conservatives railing against Big Tech. But before he turned against Silicon Valley, Mandel was a Facebook stock investor who made tens of thousands of dollars. And even after he turned against Facebook, Mandel still...
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Cleveland.com

Senate candidates Jane Timken and Josh Mandel misled everyone about their political fundraising: The Wake Up podcast

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Jane Timken and Josh Mandel apparently are trying to paint a brighter picture in regard to their fundraising efforts. You can listen online here. Timken and Mandel sent out news releases earlier this month bragging about their fundraising efforts. But campaign finance reports filed this week tell a different story ... Timken $2.1 million haul was boosted by a $1 million personal loan from herself, while Mandel’s campaign itself actually lost money ... Mandel raised his money through a separate committee, and the rules don’t let him spend some of the money he raises that way. In other political news, a proposed tax cut in Ohio would save most filers about 57 cents per week. And the coronavirus pandemic has taken a heavy toll on the childcare industry in Cuyahoga County.
Toledo, OHToledo Blade

CEO of Toledo firm facing $63 million fine to host Josh Mandel fund-raiser

A Toledo telecommunications executive whose company faces a $63 million fine for allegedly defrauding a federal program that helps disadvantaged Americans afford telephone and internet service is hosting a fund-raiser for Republican Senate hopeful Josh Mandel next month. Jeff Ansted, the chief executive at Toledo-based American Broadband and Telecommunications, is...
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Axios

Scoop: Ohio Senate candidate Josh Mandel escorted out of RNC retreat

During this weekend’s highly anticipated donor retreat hosted by the Republican National Committee in Palm Beach, Ohio Senate candidate Josh Mandel was escorted off the premises while his primary opponent, Jane Timken, was allowed to stay, two sources with direct knowledge of the situation tell Axios. What we’re hearing: The...
Florida, OHNews-Herald

Josh Mandel escorted out of Republican gathering, Axios reports

U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel was "escorted out" of a Republican gathering in Florida, Axios reported Saturday. The incident occurred during a donor retreat hosted by the Republican National Committee in Palm Beach, according to Axios, political news site. Mandel was escorted off while one of his GOP primary opponents, Jane Timken was allowed to stay, Axios said, citing two sources.