(WKBN)- Monday morning the Ohio Democratic Party announced a new round of public record requests, with the legislation at the center of the largest bribery scandal in state history.

Included in those requests, any communications between Governor Mike DeWine and those involved in the scandal, and the visitors’ log from the governor’s office and mansion.

“We will not stand idly by and wait for Mike DeWine to stall. If these public records requests are not fulfilled in a timely manner, the Ohio Democratic Party is prepared to file a lawsuit demanding their release,” said Chair Walters. 

Five people are facing federal charges in the case, including former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder.