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By Dr. Vanessa Enoch

Congressional Debate 2020

2020 Candidate Debate: Ohio’s 8th Congressional District

October 31, 2020

Watch Dr. Enoch debate the incumbent, Warren Davidson.

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Fighting for Family Farmers – A Virtual Town Hall

August 28, 2020

Ohio’s farmers were already struggling as a result of a failed trade agreement and an international trade war. Add to that the COVID-19 pandemic and the threat of catastrophic climate…

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Ending Asset Forfeiture is Not the Solution to Dealing with Racism

August 12, 2020

EDITORIAL BY DR. VANESSA ENOCH  On June 12, Warren Davidson wrote what appeared to be a moving piece on his experiences of riding in cars with black friends, while they…

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Dr. Vanessa Enoch for Congress

2020 Vision

August 2, 2020

We can make history by putting the first Woman in Congress to represent the 8th Congressional District in Ohio. Dr. Vanessa Enoch wants to help bring about change for constituents…

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Enoch was one of the organizers for the Cincinnati Women’s March 2020

July 26, 2020

For two years in a row, millions of women across this country have organized to make a very definitive statement that we will no longer tolerate being ignored. Men in…

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Mental Health Alert Wristbands & Community Oriented Policing – A Virtual Town Hall

July 25, 2020

Candidate for US Congress Hosted a Virtual Town Hall on Mental Health Alert Wristbands & Community Oriented Policing-Click here to watch the replay 8th Congressional District of Ohio- July 25,…

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A Resource for Participants in Our Democracy

August 17, 2018

You can find your representative and senators, and the legislation that affects you. As of this writing, the GovTrack website is tracking 12,030 bills, 537 legislators, and 564 votes this…

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Facebook Town Hall: Economic Development

July 24, 2018

“My fundamental belief system is that nobody who works fulltime in this country should have to be homeless or suffering and struggling to the extent that they can’t afford to…

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