Ohioans react on social media as state ditches "Find it Here" for "The Heart of it All"

Taijuan Moorman
The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio officially has a "new" slogan, and residents have a lot of thoughts.

Twitter users got fired up as the state announced a departure from the slogan "Ohio, Find it Here" and a return to a familiar tagline.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced on Wednesday that the state would return to an "old favorite": "Ohio: The Heart of it All."

The longtime slogan that debuted in the 1980s was retired in the early 2000s. "Find it Here" comparatively lasted much shorter, debuting in 2015.

Ohioans took to Twitter before the announcement with their own slogan ideas, some humorous and others taking the opportunity to provide some pointed political commentary.

The announcement got mixed reactions. However, some welcomed the return of the slogan as "Find it Here" didn't quite hit the mark.

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