Ohio - Trending

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

That is, the primary election in Ohio, conducted by snail mail. It went just fine. Joe Biden won, with more than 72% of the vote.    The Daily Mail reports a little confusion but not enough to ditch the possibility of conducting the November election also by snail mail.    OH is developing a brand as an early adopter. Before the coronavirus "arrived" in the state its governor Mike DeWine imposed Stay-at-Home.

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Ohio - No More Safe Haven

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The joke used to be: Hey, New Yorkers, hop on I-80 and get all the toilet paper you need in Ohio. That was then. Now, OH has become another Paradise Lost in America. OH governor Mike DeWine is closing all public and private schools beginning after class next Monday until April 3rd. That's to help stagger the number of coronavirus cases so that medical facilities don't get overwhelmed. Also, that could provide enough ventilators to go around.

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Ohio - No Longer Model of COVID-19 Wise Government Management

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Ohio had been a role model for how to proactively manage the novel virus. Ohio, DeWine explicitly warned, could evolve into The Next Florida. The governor - Mike DeWine - made his rulings from the platform of an abundance of caution.

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Lines Snaking Around Restaurants in Toledo, Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

What's new in Toledo, Ohio is this: lines of people snaking around restaurants.  Now, with Ohio slowly reopening, even with new virus cases on the rise, there obviously is plenty of pent-up demand to eat out.   This hasn't been the scene since Governor Mike DeWine ordered a shelter-in-place. That was even before the state got hit by COVID-15.

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Ohio - Model for Aggressive Response to COVID-19

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The quick response of Ohio to the late onset of COVID-19 illnesses in the state could provide a model for future management of healthcare crises. The initial cases had been diagnosed in the Cleveland metro area. The incidences occurred significantly later than those on the coasts.    The latest move has been to shut down all sit-down dining facilities, including in bars, within a few hours this evening. If the restaurant or bar stocked up on booze for St.

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Paul Krugman: Obama will win Ohio because of Bold Decisions

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Toledo, Ohio - A Few Places to Go, Finally

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

After all, Lucas County, Ohio still has a growing number of new cases of COVID-19. The fear was: another lockdown. There are more deaths.    But, surprise. Last night the local news announced that there would be some re-openings. That is, some places where residents of Toledo can go and get out of the house. One re-opening is the local movie theatre - Cinemark at Franklin Park.

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Lucas County Is Location for First COVID-19 Death in Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

in Domestic Relations Court in Lucas County, Ohio could have been infected with the coronavirus. That was the first such death in Ohio. The announcement is out: Anyone who had been near attorney Mark Wagner Sr. On Thursday, Wagner, 76, died after being diagnosed with COVID-19. He was based in Toledo, Lucas County. Here are more details from local media. 

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3 Cheers for AT&T, Austintown, Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In a bit of magical thinking, I assumed AT&T retail would be open in the shopping center, across from WalMart, in Austintown, Ohio. The snow was swirling.    But, I had to go out in it. My phone wasn't working. My fault: I had dropped it. No one can be without a phone. Not ever. I loaded the phone, the dog, and myself in the car. AT&T was lighted up. Three salespeople are inside. I blurted out that I had broken my phone. Could they fix it? Would I need a new one? 

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Romney’s unreleased Ohio auto bailout ad – Politico

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COVID-19: Lucas County, Ohio Has First Presumptive Case

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Health officials in Lucas County, Ohio, which includes city of Toledo, confirmed the first presumptive case of the coronavirus. It was expected. The victim is a senior who have traveled to Europe and returned in February. He has been hospitalized in stable condition. Meanwhile, most institutions ranging from schools to the Toledo Museum of Art to the public library system had already been shut down. An eerie quiet hovers over Toledo.

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Geneva on the Lake, Ohio - Erosion Not Just In Florida

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

During The Season, about 50,000 tourists come to the tiny Lake Erie resort town of Geneva on the Lake, Ohio. Yes, the lake has real waves, just like those of the Atlantic Ocean. So, there's no need to journey from the midwest to the East Coast or the Florida region. Lodging nearby is affordable. There's plenty of quirky local activity such as the groups of guys and gals on motorcycles. One retired couple travel with their two dogs. Often they camp out, for free or a low cost.

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Stay-at-Home in Ohio Extended to End of April

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

On the border of Ohio is hotspot Michigan. Detroit has been hit hard.    But, the attitude of many in OH is philosophical, not anxious. It's usual to hear: Gotta die sometime. In contrast, the governor Mike DeWine is being aggressively proactive. He anticipates a surge in COVID-19 by mid this month and the peak to be in mid May. Therefore, he has extended the Stay-at-Home until the end of April.

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Fox Lies About Military Access To Early Voting In Ohio – Media Matters

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COVID-19: More Than 1,000 New Cases in 1 Day in Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Ohio's governor Mike DeWine had been a national hero. Before COVID-19 reached his state, he was proactive. Part of that was doing the unpopular: imposing a comprehensive shutdown.    For a while, the state was spared the worst of the virus. There was a sense of pride in having such wise leadership. We felt blessed to not be enduring the number of hospitalizations and death other states were coping with.

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Lordstown, Ohio: Fresh Symbol of Midwest Manufacturing Extreme Resilence

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

And, the announcement came from GM that there would be no shifts at the Lordstown, Ohio plant, just outside Youngstown.  There were three shifts. Then there were two shift. Soon there was one shift.   The vehicle produced there - the sedan Cruze - was too slow a seller in the era of the SUV and pickup truck.    Unlike Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Youngstown Metro area, sometimes called "The Valley," never diversified after the steel industry went kaput. 

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Dan Rather implies Ohio GOP could steal the election – Washington Examiner

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Thank You, Walmart and Good Samaritan in Austintown, Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

For me, yesterday that was WalMart in Austintown, Ohio. You know  that  feeling. There you are. You're all set to leave the house and, well, no wallet. You hunt and you hunt. The dog follows you around, picking up on your severe distress. You anticipate:  Cancelling the credit cards and all the rest that entails such as changing what credit cards you have listed on what accounts.  Going the to DMV for a copy of the driver's license.

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Dayton, Ohio - Midwest No Longer Norman Rockwell Territory

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It's in Dayton, Ohio, only 237 miles from Norman Rockwell towns like Austintown, OH. 24 hours haven't even passed since the gun massacre in El Paso, Texas. Now, we in the Midwest, who assumed we were safe from that sort of thing, are also experiencing a shootout. Here is the media coverage from the international Daily Mail. And soon enough, the facts about Dayton will be aired over and over again on global media, as has the carnage at the El Paso Walmart.

High Noon: May 15, 2020, 240 W. Alexis Road, Toledo, Ohio, and My Hair

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In Ohio, Governor Mike DeWine is conducting an experiment. He is phasing in ending the total lockdown of nonessential businesses. Maybe because he is a man, not a woman, he classified hair salons as nonessential. Well, tomorrow is the first day, after a forever, that hair salons can legally operate. For that sector and its customers it will be high noon. No one knows how it will play out.    Here's what we do know.    Yes, you have to make an appointment.

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Spiritual Finger Food - Unitarian Fellowship, Youngstown, Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

I found that out this morning at the Unitarian Church on Elm Street, in Youngstown, Ohio. The spiritual principles of the Unitarian Fellowship are, well, finger food. They are easy to pick up, take in and even enjoy. That particular service featured the youth of the fellowship, ranging from age four to near adulthood. They presented their unique experience of spirituality. The most compelling segment "showcased" four teenagers.

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Year of COVID-19: April 16, 2020 (Ohio Sets Open-Up Date)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Ohio governor Mike DeWine had been an early adopter in establishing the Stay-at-Home shut-down. Today he became an early adopter in setting an Open-Up date. That will be May 1st. Is that a risk? After all, OH has maintained a lower than average rate for coronavirus infections and deaths.    Well, in this uncertain world, no one can predict how the Open-Up will play out in terms of COVID-19 cases. But it sure brings hope to struggling businesses.

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The Year of COVID-19: April 11, 2020 (Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Hero of Our Times)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In Ohio, the governor Mike DeWine took a big political risk.    Although the coronavirus hadn't impacted this state yet, he imposed the stay-at-home order. Non-essential businesses were shut down. There was no more school, at least conducted communally. Just-in-case plans were made about medical care. And, so far, OH has experienced fewer than the average number of COVID-19 infections and deaths.

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Bruce Springstein, The Boss, will campaign for Obama in Ohio, Iowa AP

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Almost 590,000 Ohio Households Are W/O Internet Access - Catastrophe If Coronavirus Shuts Down Public Libraries

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

When school's out, public libraries through Ohio fill up with young people heading for the tables of computers hooked up to the internet. According to the U.S. Census Bureau , almost 590,000 households in OH are without internet access.    If the spread of the coronavirus shuts down the public library system throughout the state, those young people will lose their connection to the internet.

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Lucas County, Ohio - Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Stand at 1, But Childcare Plagues Residential Complexes

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Compared to much of the rest of the world, life in Lucas County, Ohio is proceeding as normal.    A major reason for that is there has been only 1 case of confirmed COVID-19. So far. Since we want to keep it that way, many of us are hunkering down in our apartments.    But, we human beings tend to become annoyed by small whatevers.    The darkness hovering over the County includes this: Neighbors inundated by the ramifications of closed schools.

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Mysticism & Blessing of Animals - St. Joseph's, Austintown, Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Only the setting was small town Ohio - Austintown. The barking stopped. That was as soon as Father Greg Fedor went through the crowd, sprinkling holy water on the dogs. Before that, the yapping was drowning out his special prayer for the blessing of the animals. That's the mysticism of Roman Catholicism. And it was playing out like one of those miracles Jesus Christ performed in the New Testament. And at St.

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"Upstairs Downstairs" - American Style, from Pre-gentrified Jersey City to West Toledo, Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Here in the 21st century, in a two-story rental complex in West Toledo, Ohio, a similar phenomenon exists. The British import "Upstairs Downstairs" delighted us Americans.    But, actually, we had and still have our own versions of the upstairs/downstairs phenomenon. But, as with many aspects of Americana, they are class-neutral. For example, in pre-gentrified Jersey City, New Jersey, a family would pool financial resources and purchase a duplex.

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Nicole aka "Mother Mary" at Verizon's Lewis Avenue Store, Toledo, Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

She's the loving and  tech savvy presence at Verizon Retail, 5129 Lewis Avenue, Toledo, Ohio. Members of all generations, from Silent to iGen, come to "Mother Mary" for their wireless phone challenges. No matter what the frustration or what is downright catastrophic, she calms,then solves.    Her actual name is Nicole and she even provides customers with her phone number (419-476-6006) in case they need the sound of a voice.

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Presses Stop Rolling This Month at The Vindicator - Soul of Mahoning, Ohio Valley

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Such an upheaval takes place this month in Mahoning Valley, Ohio. Digital natives such as iGen never experienced how a local print  newspaper could be the soul of the community. So, only we digital immigrants understand how losing that newspaper is emotionally, culturally, and politically catastrophic. The area includes Youngstown and Austintown. That extends from gritty urban to Norman Rockwell ethos. The Vindicator, around for about 150 years, will cease to exist.

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Opioids As "Public Nuisance" - Ohio AG Lawsuit against 5 Manufacturers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

This time the public nuisance lawsuit is happening in the state of Ohio. Essentially, the complaint, as the press release states, is that: " the drug companies engaged in fraudulent marketing regarding the risks and benefits of prescription opioids which fueled Ohio's opioid epidemic." Again, the attorney general of a state has leveraged the legal concept of public nuisance to create a major lawsuit against companies.

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Analysis of a Speech by Phil Davison

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It is a short speech by Phil Davison, a Republican ca ndidate for the position of Treasurer in Stark County, Ohio. Now, I know nothing about Davison or the burning political issues in Stark County, Ohio. Tags: Analysis of a Speech Albert Einstein Max Atkinson Ohio Phil Davison Politics Republican Stark County Stark County Ohio YouTube The video below has be en spreading like wildfire on the Internet.

In the Year of COVID-19: March 25, 2020 (U.S. Is Next Italy, Ohio Is Next New York)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

And, supposed safe havens such as Ohio will be the Next New York. Today is a time of mixed moods.    On the one hand, there are exhales about the $1.2K per person that will help pay for necessities. On the other hand, the prediction is out that, soon enough, the United States will be the Next Italy in terms of the number of cases and deaths. There has been a second death in Lucas County, which includes Toledo, OH. 

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Supply Chains - Something Might Be Rotten in State of Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Therefore, my encounters, as a possible vendor, with Greenwood Chevrolet , Austintown, Ohio, were quite puzzling. Vendor relations are right up there with customer service when it comes to operating a successful global business. They directly involved, first, salesperson Dave Bradfield and, then, owner Greg Greenwood.

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GM Lordstown, Ohio Plant - 1,700 Hour Workers Idled, Future in Limbo

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

hard to keep the Lordstown, Ohio plant operating. Representatives of the people, such as U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown, lobbied GM et al. Here is the AP coverage. But, today, the last auto - a white Chevrolet Cruze - rolled off the lines. Then, 1,700 hourly workers went on "idle." " This summer the United Auto Workers will discuss with GM the ultimate fate of that production facility. Can it be retrofitted for another vehicle?

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A Prayer for the Ohio Valley - GM to Shut Down Lordstown Plant By End of 2019

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Over the past few years the three shifts at the GM Lordstown, Ohio assembly plant had been reduced to one. It was not unexpected. There was hope that the powers that be in Detroit would retool the plant for one of the models which was in demand, that is, an SUV or pick-up truck. Currently Lordstown was putting together the Cruz and sedans had gone the way of the horse and buggy.    Meanwhile, small businesses in Eastern OH were suffering.

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NFL Lockout Ends: Mike Bako on WTVN 610 Ohio

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Before You Go See the USA in Your Chevrolet, Gas Up in Eastern Ohio

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Sure, I knew that gasoline there was higher than in Eastern Ohio. Yesterday I drove around the Pittsburgh Metro area. And paid dearly for that in gasoline.    I hadn't been back in western Pennsylvania for months. But, I hadn't been aware of the recent price jumps. Big Mistake: I hadn't filled the tank of my Chevrolet before leaving my Youngstown, OH comfort zone. I have been living there since September 2016.

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False Positive - Ohio Gov Mike DeWine Isn't Infected with COVID-19

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Great news for the DeWine family in Ohio. In Northwest Ohio, 13abc reports that the state's governor Mike DeWine does not have COVID1-19. The results of the test he had before being scheduled to meet U.S. President Donald Trump at an OH airport were in error.

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Greenwood Chevrolet, Austintown, Ohio - No, I Will Never Do Business There

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

He's employed at Greeenwood Chevrolet , Austintown, Ohio. I am no newbie to the rough-and-tumble world of selling vehicles. In Detroit, Michigan, I worked full time at GM, which makes the Chevrolet brand, and at Chrysler. As a communications consultant I had done work for Toyota and Nissan. Along the way I did ghostwriting for the C-suite at Mack Trucks.

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Company Branding & Unusual Benefits - Pawternity Leave Coming to Columbus, Ohio's BrewDog

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

based office in Columbus, Ohio. Scottish craft beer company, BrewDog, is opening its first U.S.-based That will be next Monday. At that location it will provide employees with one-week Pawternity Leave. That ensures new parents of dogs have the time to bond with their four-footer. Also, employees can bring their dogs to work with them. Here is the coverage in the Daily Mail. In 2007, BrewDog was started by two men and a dog.

RNC, Cleveland, Ohio, July 18-21, 2016 - Branding Opportunity of a Lifetime

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Who doesn't expect "trouble" at the RNC in Cleveland, Ohio, July 18 -21? That's exactly why it will be a major media event. The current violence in urban areas keeps increasing the possibility that the activities surrounding the convention could replay those of the DNC in Chicago in 1968. And that's why it is an extraordinary branding opportunity for those who can attract the right media attention and enough of it. How to go this? Here are 4 tips.

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Speechwriting — Success Behind the Podium with Barbie Tootle

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Speechwriting Ohio State University Barbie Tootle is President of Left Field Consulting, which provides freelance writing services, consultation in communication strategies, and training in creativity and personal development. She researches and writes speeches for CEOs and senior officers in the corporate world, non-profits, and higher education. Barbie also writes scripts for large events and videos. She is story editor […].

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