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PRESS RELEASE

December 17th, 2014

PROPOSED STATE HOUSE LEADERSHIP RAISES DEEP CONCERNS OVER VALUES

Citizens for Community Values Action is deeply concerned about the potential leadership choices for the Ohio State House. Our research into the voting record of some of the Representatives proposed for the leadership team, rightfully raises questions about their qualifications for leadership roles.  Their voting records should also cause concerns for many elected House members who ran as conservatives in the November election, particularly if they ran as social-conservatives.

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PRESS RELEASE: Will Senator Portman Lose His Seat?

September 8th, 2014

CCV Action Press Release:

SENATOR ROB PORTMAN UNLIKELY TO KEEP SEAT IN 2016

CCVA just completed a statewide telephone survey of 457 random registered Republican Values Voters with a high likelihood to vote. We asked this question:

“In March 2013, Senator Portman announced his support of same-sex marriage. Do you support his move?”

15% of these Republican voters responded that they support his decision, 72% responded that they do not support his decision, and 13% were unsure.

READ ENTIRE PRESS RELEASE HERE

Opinion: Why conservatives are dumping Portman

September 4th, 2014

Tuesday Sept 2nd, the Cincinnati Enquirer published an Op-Ed letter written by pro-life / pro-family activist Lori Viars.  Ms. Viars clearly explains the concerns, reasoning, and expectations of Values Voters.

READ: “Why Conservatives are Dumping Portman”

ACTION ALERT: Ohio Judge Enables Illegal Abortion Clinic to Stay Open

July 11th, 2014

Friends,

First, please read the press release below from Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati.

Then, please take the following Action Steps:

What You Can Do:

1.       Be informed: Know that Judge Metz is running for re-election this fall against Charles Miller.

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CCV Action In The News: Columbus Dispatch

June 19th, 2014

“Republicans and Marriage: Where do they stand?” by Alan Johnson, Columbus Dispatch

“Today, Citizens for Community Values counter-punched with a press release contending that ’90 percent of elected Republicans at the state and federal level support the definition of Natural Marriage as defined in the Ohio Constitution as one man and one woman.’”

To read our press release mentioned in the above article, please CLICK HERE