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Kevin DeWine is the former chairman of the Ohio Republican Party. He was elected the party's chief executive officer Jan. 16, 2009. He resigned in April 2012. As party chair, DeWine is responsible for the management of all party operations and services, including candidate recruitment, campaign support, training, fundraising, voter contact programs and legal strategies. He also is a member of the Republican National Committee, where he sits on the party's ethics and site selection committees. He previously served four terms in the Ohio House of Representatives.  

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Since 2009, the Ohio Republican Party has made more contacts with voters — nearly 6.6 million — than any other GOP state organization in the nation.

"President Obama and Democrats' spending addiction has driven our national debt to historic proportions, maxed out our national credit card and has now led to the Democrat Downgrade of our country's AAA credit rating."

Says Republican Sen. John McCain won more votes for president in Cuyahoga County in the 2008 general election than he did in seven states.

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