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Democrat from Ohio

Rep. Armond Budish, a Democrat from Beachwood, Ohio, formerly was speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives. Be became the minority leader in 2011 after Republicans regained control of the House in the 2010 elections.

Recent statements involving Armond Budish

"We've seen more anti-women's choice bills introduced in the first half of this session than we've seen in the last three General Assemblies."

Dem-controlled Ohio House voted "to change the process, to create objective criteria, to modify the Constitution" ... to "take politics out of the efforts to draw legislative boundaries."

"Kasich’s budget increases state spending from $50.5 billion to $55.6 billion. This is the second largest, two-year spending increase in Ohio history."

Says Republican-approved changes to "make it more difficult to participate in Ohio elections include reducing in-person early voting from 35 days to six."

"Across the United States, 25 percent of voting age African Americans do not have the photo ID that this bill would require."

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