Tag: cordray

BigWind’s Big$ FAILS in Ohio

Ohio voters have spoken and LOUDLY against BigWind...and their OUT of STATE $. In ALL cases above, BigWind FELL. Thank you to all who cared to vote for individual property rights. Continue to share your opinions, educate your neighbors and call the Statehouse. BigWind WILL return with more $ in the future. Perseverance can win this … Continue reading BigWind’s Big$ FAILS in Ohio

BigWind shadows present in Ohio elections

More often than not, Democrats support BigWind. All politics is local but we are interested in the NE Ohio race for the Ohio House 37th District where Democrat Casey Weinstein told the Akron Beacon Journal that “: My top priority in the legislature would be to pass new legislation curtailing the existing wind setback laws here … Continue reading BigWind shadows present in Ohio elections

Ohio Governor Race includes NY liberal $

As the Ohio candidates for governor wind up their debates, the picture of where they stand on energy policy is clear: “Cordray says Ohio has sacrificed a once-admirable clean-energy policy, giving other states and countries a head start in embracing renewable energy and its associated jobs. He pledges to strengthen renewable energy goals for sources … Continue reading Ohio Governor Race includes NY liberal $

Ohio BigWind news is spinning fast

Events are spinning fast in the world of wind.  In just one short week, much occurred in Ohio... Seneca/Sandusky County Apex requested the OPSB hearings on Seneca and Sandusky County’s Republic Wind be postponed while they “amend” their project.   Speculation as to the reason behind the delay and the amendment include uncertainty over the outcome … Continue reading Ohio BigWind news is spinning fast

Ohio politics and BigWind appears to be in Cordray’s pocket

Election season is underway and they don’t call it the “silly season” for no reason.  A friend shared with is the 2018 Election Guide from the Farm Bureau.  The Guide included some questions and answers posed to the candidates for Governor.  One question was:  “What eminent domain reforms would you be willing to work on … Continue reading Ohio politics and BigWind appears to be in Cordray’s pocket