Date: Thursday, 31 May 2007 20:49
Link to Newspaper story. (http://www.coshoctontribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070529/UPDATES01/70529022/1002/NEWS01)May 30, 2007.
Date: Thursday, 31 May 2007 20:13
Serving the people of Ohio’s 18th Congressional District is an enormous honor and privilege. We’ve made great progress in cleaning up Washington and restoring the values and priorities that are at the heart of America’s towns and communities. I am fighting hard in my first term in Congress for the people of southeastern Ohio – for our farmers, for our veterans, for our small businesses. Above all, I’m working to revitalize our economy, not by looking backward to the practices of yesteryear, but by providing bold new plans. I’m spearheading a Connect Appalachia plan to give our towns and communities the next-generation telecommunications infrastructure they need to compete for industry and jobs. And I’m pushing a new era in domestic energy production, freeing us from our dependency on Middle Eastern oil. In fact, I’ve already created a $48 million Appalachian Regional Commission program to promote the use of alternative energy, such as ethanol. That’s good for our environment and good for our economy. We are at a crossroads in our country – we can move forward with vision or we can slip back into a system that enables big oil companies to drive up the price of gas and big pharamaceutical companies to drive up the price of prescription drugs. For the good of our children and grandchildren, we cannot fail. Together, we must restore the values of the American people. All the best, Zack Space.
Date: Monday, 13 Nov 2006 23:41
We did it! I cannot thank you enough for all of your support. Thanks to your support, we had a tremendous victory: We won with 62% of the vote. Thank you to everyone that volunteered, contributed, put up a yard sign and came out to vote. Our victory wouldn't have been possible without the dedication and support of friends and family like you. All the best, Zack Space.
Date: Wednesday, 08 Nov 2006 18:37
Asserting that today's election results represent an opportunity for Ohioans to take back their government, newly-elected 18th District Congressman Zack Space (D-OH) promised tonight that he would be an agent of change in Washington, DC. Polls showed that Space captured 62% of the vote, while opponent Joy Padgett had 38% of the vote. .
Date: Saturday, 04 Nov 2006 15:42
Date: Saturday, 04 Nov 2006 03:48
Congressional Candidate for Ohio's 18th District Zack Space released the following statement in response to Representative Bob Ney's resignation from Congress. .
Date: Wednesday, 01 Nov 2006 04:00
Today, the Heath-Newark-Licking County Port Authority hosted Congressional District candidate Zack Space for a briefing and tour with personnel at the Central Ohio Aerospace and Technology Center in Heath, Ohio..
Date: Wednesday, 01 Nov 2006 04:00
In an effort to share with local veterans how critical next Tuesday's elections are for the future of veterans legislation, Congressional Candidate Zack Space, long-time veterans advocate Congressman Steny Hoyer, and State Representative and Iraq War veteran John Boccieri met with local veterans at the Zanesville VFW today. .
Date: Monday, 30 Oct 2006 20:24
Today, Congressional Candidate Zack Space reasserted to the voters that he would be the agent of change in the 18th Congressional Race dedicated to restoring a people-focused agenda in Congress if he is elected on November 7th. During the hour-long debate on WJER-AM, Space told listeners, "Washington is broken and in need of new leadership.".
Date: Sunday, 29 Oct 2006 03:33
Date: Sunday, 29 Oct 2006 00:04
Today, Congressional candidate for Ohio's 18th district Zack Space, and Gubernatorial candidate Ted Strickland made campaign stops in Athens, Vinton and Hocking counties to meet with voters and discuss the need for change and new priorities that would benefit Ohio families..
Date: Thursday, 26 Oct 2006 19:41
Date: Thursday, 26 Oct 2006 19:41
Date: Wednesday, 25 Oct 2006 05:00
Zack Space, Democratic candidate for Ohio's 18th Congressional District, recently received the endorsement from the National Education Association. The NEA is the nation's largest professional employee organization dedicated to advancing public education. .
Date: Tuesday, 24 Oct 2006 01:29
Date: Saturday, 21 Oct 2006 05:00
Today, Congressional candidate for Ohio's 18th District Zack Space, U.S. Representative Jay Inslee (D-Wash.) and President of Royalty Enterprises Clayton King held a press conference at a compressed natural gas station owned by King, to discuss the need to bring alternative energy industries to Ohio to create jobs and revitalize the economy..
Date: Saturday, 14 Oct 2006 05:00
Yesterday, disgraced Congressman Bob Ney entered his guilty plea in court, but did not resign from Congress. As long as Ney remains in office, he will continue to receive his salary and benefits, paid for by taxpayers. In addition, Joy Padgett, Bob Ney's handpicked replacement, recently defaulted on a government sponsored Small Business Administration loan financed by taxpayers. Both Ney and Padgett have a record of mishandling money and are experts at fleecing taxpayers out of their hard earned dollars..
Date: Friday, 13 Oct 2006 18:02
After months of claiming innocence, disgraced Congressman Bob Ney finally pled guilty in court today, and announced he will resign from office within the next few weeks. Ney, who admitted to accepting bribes in return for political favors, now faces up to 10 years in prison for a scandal that has broken the trust of the people and tainted Congress. Aside from being Bob Ney's handpicked successor, Joy Padgett continues to align herself with politicians who help her climb the political ladder for personal gain rather than put working families first..
Date: Monday, 09 Oct 2006 17:41
House Speaker Dennis Hastert, who has been accused of ignoring warnings about former Congressman Mark Foley's inappropriate interactions with congressional pages, pulled out of Padgett's fundraiser that was scheduled for today. Padgett, who was supposed to hold a $250 per couple fundraiser with Speaker Dennis Hastert today, still has not returned a $10,000 campaign contribution from Hastert's Keep Our Majority PAC..
Date: Wednesday, 04 Oct 2006 21:26
Congressional candidate Joy Padgett has announced that she will be bringing in Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert to the 18th District for a campaign fundraiser on October 9th. Cost to attend the reception totals $250 per couple or $500 for couples who wish to have a photo taken with Hastert..
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