The Ohio Accountability Project began when a group of concerned, motivated citizens from OH Congressional District 8 came together and decided that their representative in Washington DC–Speaker John Boehner–was no longer adequately representing the people in OH-8. Recognizing this as a trend throughout the state, the group decided to organize and work to replace inadequate elected officials with principled citizens who will be accountable to the people of Ohio.

Mission:

Replace inadequate elected officials with principled citizens who will be accountable to the people of Ohio

Goals:

  • Organize and unite the various political and community groups to elect representatives who know and address the needs of their communities
  • Provide the average citizen with an opportunity to have his or her voice expressed
  • Develop and support principled leaders who effectively advocate for the citizens they represent

Current Objectives:

  • Get names of 100,000 people who want better representation in order to demonstrate interest in replacing Speaker Boehner
  • Create a dialogue among political and community group leaders to identify a common objective of replacing current representatives such as Speaker Boehner
  • Involve interested citizens by identifying their leadership strengths and giving them responsibilities that use those strengths

 

Who we are:

 

Brian-Perhai

Brian Perhai

Lead Field Trainer

Bobby

Bobby Tyra

SW Ohio Field Organizer

Ron Fults

Field Organizer