Two-time congressional candidate running to lead Ohio Democratic Party

Under Pepper, the party lost high profile contests, including all the statewide executive posts in 2018, a U.S. senate race in 2016 and two presidential races in 2016 and 2020.

Enoch lost in 2018 and 2020 to Congressman Warren Davidson, a Republican from Troy, but said the party didn’t give her support because in 2020 it wasn’t a “winnable” race.

Enoch received 110,766 votes in 2020 in a district that includes Butler, Clark, Darke, Miami and Preble counties, and the southernmost portion of Mercer County. Biden’s 122,606 votes in those counties include all of Mercer County.

Enoch says the Democratic Party has “written off” the rural communities, such as Mercer County.But she said the party gave money to other races, and outside of winning one more seat on the Ohio Supreme Court, has nothing to show for those investments.

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“I ran (in 2018 and 2020) because I wanted to see a change in the rural areas,” she said. “I organized my own teams, and we couldn’t get the support of national organizations because they said that the party was not really focusing on my district, and as a result of that it made it very, very difficult.”

Enoch said Democrats won’t be able to gain any control from the Republican-controlled state ― the GOP holds all statewide executive offices and majorities in Ohio’s House and Senate — unless they try to reach people outside the party.

“They’re not attempting to even secure votes from anybody outside the Democratic Party,” she said. “You can’t grow that way.”

Enoch said if she’s elected by the party in January, she also wants to take a page out of the Republican Party’s book when it comes to recruiting the youth into the party.

“I think the party needs a strategy that includes the rural counties, but the party needs a plan to raise up young people, for bringing young people into the party who are hungry for change,” she said. That includes engaging the youth while in high school.

“If they keep electing the status quo, they’ll keep getting the same results.”

Staff writer Laura Bischoff contributed to this report

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Sad times for the good ole USA, soon to be the USSA!” – Tom Cobaugh”},{“_id”:”IPSGHZKWHVBNXM373LROMLIMYA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617889181818},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Sounds like they’re bribing people if you get the vaccine you get a cheaper ticket.” – Delena Collins Moore”},{“_id”:”SGJMGZMNPZFVTOW4F7PCPSNDEI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617889181819},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“How is this not discrimination and what about the COVID survivors who are better than those vaccinated and are part of the heard immunity.” – Tracey A Wullkotte-Wurzelbacher”},{“_id”:”WLLSUYQJIFDD7FN2MH47U2QRQU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617889181820},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“MLB is all on board for no ID voting yet they are promoting this gross invasion of privacy? All while a majority of teams are preparing for a second straight money losing season. I’d call that major league stupid, no pun intended.” – Stephen Jaynes”},{“_id”:”IO6NAP3YCJBQJOEZPOVABCDDFI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617889181821},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Whatever happened to HIPAA laws and people staying out of your medical records because it’s none of their business…???” – Christina Craig”},{“_id”:”TZBTMG3PEZHPZLS3SIM2FMWDKU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617889181822},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Unreal. No one should agree to show a personal health record to anyone and I can’t believe this is being used as a business booster.” – Tina Wall Moore”},{“_id”:”ONJPR4EKAVG67BMNVGNXSGPTTA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617893003656},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Good for them. Being responsible.” – Sue Sam Baker Welch”},{“_id”:”36HKQWTPFND25APT76KRU7X6U4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617889181823},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Ridiculous. Hey…I don’t smoke, I take care of my immune system, exercise and take vitamins. 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Cincinnati Reds fans can buy $10 tickets if they show their COVID-19 vaccination cards at Great American Ball Park ticket windows.

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I was a high-quality teacher, I was finally making a decent living, and it was going to be easy to just ride that out until my principal at that time had come to me, recognized leadership and encouraged me to go back to Xavier and get into administration.””},{“_id”:”5K4VS4WWOBENTCZGWHTSZSKXNY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Two decades since Thomas’ killing, the ensuing unrest, and the signing of the Collaborative Agreement, has there been significant change? For Dunn, it’s hard to say.”},{“_id”:”ADC4CFBXQRA3JEGBMLZ65M4CHM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I think we have to be honest with ourselves. I believe that the Collaborative (Agreement) was a flag in the ground for the city and frankly in the country. 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But when three city employees took a prospective developer to visit the structure at 223 and 225 S. C St., in the historic Rossville neighborhood, a city building official noticed termite damage.”},{“owner”:{“sponsored”:false,”id”:”coxohio”},”address”:{},”syndication”:{},”caption”:”The two-story log cabin dating to the 1800s that Hamilton officials hoped could be rehabbed into a residence has to be razed because of termite damage. 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Hamilton selling multiple city-owned properties for reuse”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/log-cabin-anyone-hamilton-selling-multiple-city-owned-properties-for-reuse/WERJDJKAUVEKLBQUZFCQH7DE6U/”},{“owner”:{“sponsored”:false,”id”:”coxohio”},”address”:{},”syndication”:{},”caption”:”The two-story log cabin dating to the 1800s that Hamilton officials hoped could be rehabbed into a residence has to be razed because of termite damage. 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In a Facebook post, he advocated moving it to the city’s Crawford Woods park, or perhaps Bebb Park in Morgan Twp., which has other rescued log cabins.”},{“_id”:”TNZWP5AE4FEDLGPWIBM4LTWAYM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617735263057},”type”:”text”,”content”:”City Planning Director Liz Hayden, the third city employee who visited the cabin that day, said the building is in dangerous shape, with the problem not being merely termites.”},{“_id”:”R4UOJ3WRX5DMHLLYCVGE7ALYBA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617824240646},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The termites might be the reason it’s collapsing, but it’s collapsing,” she said.”},{“_id”:”GMXX6J62NREE5I33HLNH4XT37Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617737869712},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The log cabin until last year was in the hands of the Butler County Land Bank, which takes over properties that have fallen into disuse or foreclosure. The land bank in 2020 transferred the property, along with others, to Hamilton.”},{“_id”:”N6SUGXHIKRAV3EHTDE6QFPRYCA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1617735263058},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Butler County Auditor Roger Reynolds’ website lists construction of the cabin as 1900, but a retired chief deputy auditor, Michael Tilton, who worked at the auditor’s office 38 years and whose grandfather and father served as county auditors, said, “It was the practice back when paper records were entered for the first time in the computers that if the building had no year-built recorded, 1900 was entered.””},{“owner”:{“sponsored”:false,”id”:”coxohio”},”address”:{},”syndication”:{},”caption”:”The two-story log cabin dating to the 1800s that Hamilton officials hoped could be rehabbed into a residence has to be razed because of termite damage. 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