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Quigley and Renacci Call for Open SuperCommittee

Movement is building for a transparent "Super Committee". (As the #supercongress or Joint Select Committee on Debt Reduction is also called.) Rep. Mike Quigley, who you may recognize as one of the sponsors behind the Lobbying Disclosure Enhancement Act, has joined up with Rep. Jim Renacci to send a "Dear Colleague" letter to the rest of Congress, asking for other Members to sign onto a letter to congressional leaders to demand an open process. Reps. Quigley and Renacci are calling for a transparent joint committee, including webcast meetings, and near real-time disclosure of lobbying ...

Renacci vs. Sutton, Kaptur vs. Kucinich,...

Ohio's congressional races came into sharper focus Wednesday with no shortage of intriguing possibilities heading into next year. The biggest revelation came from U.S. Rep. Betty Sutton, whose base Republicans dismantled when drawing a map that required two fewer seats. The Copley Township Democrat announced plans to run in a newly configured 16th District. Her decision sets up a general election showdown with freshman Rep. Jim Renacci of Wadsworth. The district, which includes a large western portion of Cuyahoga County, is expected to heavily favor Renacci, who ousted Democratic incumbent ...

Renacci endorses Mitt Romney for president

The date for Ohio's 2012 presidential primary may be in flux, but U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci of Wadsworth already knows who he'll vote for: former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. Renacciannounced his White House pick today at an event that Romney held in Cincinnati. The freshman Republican sought his congressional seat last year because hebelieves business people like himself are needed to fix what's wrong in Washington, according to Renacci spokesman Shawn Ryan. "If we are going to put America's economy back to together again, we need someone in the White House who understands how the economy ...

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