Press Release | October 26, 2017
President Trump today ordered his acting HHS Secretary to declare the opioid crisis a public health emergency, stopping short of the full national state of emergency that he promised two months ago.
Fox 45 – Dayton | October 25, 2017
Early voting is underway, and Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley (D) was one of the voters taking advantage of it. She was joined by Dayton City Commissioners Jeffrey Mims and Joey Williams at the Montgomery County Board of Elections Wednesday.
Press Release | October 25, 2017
Dayton Mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nan Whaley voted early with Dayton City Commissioners Jeffrey J. Mims, Joey D. Williams and Chris Shaw at the Montgomery County Board of Elections today.
WEWS News 5 | October 18, 2017
Nan Whaley, as Mayor of Dayton, has seen first-hand how the opioid epidemic is destroying lives. As a democratic candidate for the Governor of Ohio, she’s proposing a tax on opioids to help stop it.
Associated Press | October 18, 2017
A Democratic candidate for governor in Ohio says she would force drug manufacturers to pay a nickel-per-dose surcharge on prescription opioids sold in the state in an effort to help solve the opioid problem.
Press Release | October 18, 2017
Dayton Mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nan Whaley today announced a plan to implement a nickel per dose surcharge on opioid distributors once she’s elected Governor of Ohio.
Dayton Daily News | October 11, 2017
The roller coasters and carnival games are long gone, but Lakeside Lake in west Dayton is expected to attract fun-seekers once again thanks to a new fishing pier that was unveiled today.
Press Release | October 11, 2017
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, Ohio AFL-CIO President Tim Burga and Dayton-area community leaders and residents today kicked-off major projects contributing to the ongoing restoration at West Dayton’s Lakeside Lake.
The Atlantic’s City Lab | October 11, 2017
In 2014, Ohio had the highest rate of overdose deaths in the nation—and in subsequent years, the number of deaths has risen. Along with taking lives, the crisis has sucked valuable public resources from cities in the state. So this summer, Cincinnati announced it would join its sister city Dayton, as well as their shared home state, in bringing suits against pharmaceutical companies.
The Atlantic’s City Lab | October 10, 2017
Danbury and Frisco, but also Dayton, Virginia Beach, Hartford, New Haven, and Kansas City—have announced plans to enter the competition, too…
Cleveland Scene | October 9, 2017
While there’s talk of some heavy hitters like Dennis Kucinich, Richard Cordray or Jerry Springer entering the race on the D side of the ballot, the political focus is right now placed on the current lineup of state and federal leaders vying for the governor’s seat. And then there’s the local leader, setting herself apart from the pack early in this race: Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley.
WAKR | October 6, 2017
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley joins Jasen Sokol of WAKR in Akron for an update on the Ohio governor’s race.
Dayton Daily News | October 6, 2017
Dayton and Cincinnati are teaming up to try to sell Amazon on the southwest Ohio region as the company hunts for a location for its $5 billion second headquarters.
UC’s The News Record | October 5, 2017
“Nan Whaley has been an outstanding mayor for Dayton,” Kulkarni said. “She really cares about expanding programs for the unfortunate, creating new jobs and coming up with ways to solve the opioid epidemic, which is a problem in Montgomery County.”
WCPO | September 24, 2017
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley stops by WCPO in Cincinnati to talk about the race for Ohio Governor.
The Athens News | September 18, 2017
Dayton Mayor and Ohio Democratic governor candidate Nan Whaley Monday in Athens called out Ohio’s ongoing charter-school scandals as “crony capitalism” tied to campaign financing for Ohio elected officials who have failed to hold charter-school providers accountable.
The NewDEAL | September 15, 2017
NewDEAL Leader Dayton, OH Mayor Nan Whaley issued a report on the first three years of her comprehensive initiative to improve education, called City of Learners.
Athens Messenger | September 14, 2017
Dayton Mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nan Whaley meets with reporters at Court Street Diner in Athens on Monday.
Press Release | September 12, 2017
The Ohio Democratic Party hosted their first gubernatorial debate this evening in Martins Ferry. Following the debate, Dayton Mayor and candidate for Ohio Governor Nan Whaley issued the following statement:
Dayton Daily News | September 12, 2017
The four Democrats running for governor in 2018 each promised to fight for good paying jobs, invest in education, crack down on failing charter schools and provide leadership for Ohio.