The Candidates

If Ohio conservatives unite behind one candidate in the primary election, we will win.

If we split and fragment our vote across the entire field,  the establishment Republican will win.

On March 15th 2016, Ohio conservative voters will go to the polls and choose from an unprecedented field of highly qualified conservative candidates. Unfortunately for the conservative movement,  Ohio’s establishment Republicans are counting on this large field in order to split the conservative vote.

Ohio Conservative groups and organization are participating in a unique program where conservatives from across Ohio can see what other Ohio conservatives are thinking and talking about regarding their choices about the candidates and possibly unifying around one of the candidates. This creates a statewide discussion of conservatives, by conservative, for conservatives.

The key to generating a statewide discussion is participation by the hundreds of Ohio’s Conservative, 912, Liberty, and Tea Party groups and organizations. Your members will tell the rest of Ohio what they think.

We do not ask organizations or their members to commit to any candidate, we know this doesn’t work. We only ask you to tell the rest of Ohio what you think about the candidates (the survey) and to discuss this with fellow conservatives.

In May of 2015, the Republican controlled Ohio House passed HB-153. This bill is expected to pass the Senate and be signed into law by Gov Kasich. With its passage, Ohio Republican delegates would then be assigned as “Winner take All” –  Whoever wins the statewide Primary race on March 15th, takes all of Ohio’s RNC delegates to the Convention.

If Ohio conservatives wish to elect a conservative Presidential candidate in the March primary, we need to consider uniting around one specific candidate.

Want to know how we plan to do this?  CLICK HERE and go to the SIGNUP page to read how Ohio Conservatives will unite around the candidate they select.

CLICK to see the group map.


(NOTE – Candidate Ratings as of July 1st, 2015)