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Impeaching Dann, which would require a Senate trial and Republican support, would be historic because Ohio has not used the process since The last time someone was impeached and convicted in Ohio was The Democrats' resolution outlines nine counts of why Dann should be impeached, including allegations of gross immorality and obstruction of his office's investigation that found an employee was sexually harassed by a top aide.
While it is now quite apparent from the ongoing sexual harrassment scandal that Democrat Marc Dann managed the office of Attorney General poorly over the past 17 months, many Ohio gun owners will no doubt still receive news of his resignation this week some sadness. Thanks in large part to the hard work of Buckeye Firearms Association, the National Rifle Association, and pro-gun volunteers throughout the state, Marc Dann was narrowly elected in over the anti-gun, anti-self defense Republican Betty Montgomery, despite her having huge leads in every poll, huge leads in name recognition and a war chest more than double the size of Marc Dann. Dann's office defended a challenge to Ohio's concealed carry law before the state Supreme Court, joined a Writ of Certiorari in support of the pro-Second Amendment position in the District of Columbia v.
Ten years ago today, Democrat Marc Dann stood before a bank of TV cameras and announced he was resigning as Ohio attorney general. His brief statement in the Statehouse Cabinet room barely touched on the controversies that brought about his downfall: an extra-marital affair with his year-old scheduler, hiring friends into his administration who proved to be problematic, a sexual harassment complaint against one of his top lieutenants and investigations by the Ohio Highway Patrol, state Inspector General and federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. COLUMBUS — The pressure on Marc Dann started out like the drip-drip-drip of a leaky faucet just a few months into his term, but ended with the blast of a fire hose that swept the disgraced Democrat all the way back to Youngstown.
State and county officials agree: Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann should step down and save the state the trouble of impeaching him. Capri Cafaro said. His office also has been embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal.
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Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann Friday morning admitted to a "romantic relationship" with a member of his staff, apologizing to his wife and staff "for my human failings. Dann said he would remain in office and fix problems that arose during an internal investigation of sexual harassment allegations by two women who work in the attorney general's office. He said he would appoint Jim Friedman, a Cleveland lawyer and lobbyist who served as chief of staff to former Gov. John Gilligan, to identify management problems.
Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray has announced that the state has reached a settlement with two women who accused aides of former Attorney General Marc Dann of sexually harassing them. They claimed Gutierrez repeatedly sexually harassed them. The claims led to last year's scandal which eventually forced Dann to resign.
Stories reveal that after a devastating scandal, it's possible to pick up the broken pieces. AP Photos. A dramatic press conference, a shame-filled public apology, a tearful spouse and the end of a promising political career. But once those sometimes predictable scenes have played out and the official exits the public stage, the real challenge begins.