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Judge blocks Ohio law limiting signature gatherers

A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of an Ohio law barring out-of-state residents from circulating petitions ...

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It was ambitious, perhaps too ambitious

For the first time in 23 years, a majority of the current 346,000 eligible voters living in the Columbus City School boundaries cast a resounding “no” vote to Issues 50 and 51, a 9-mill operating levy and proposal to realign the existing internal auditor role. ...

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School board members change

While incumbent board member Ramona Reyes held on to her seat, her colleagues Mike Wiles and Hanifa Kambon seemingly fell victim to the controversy and scandals surrounding the district. ...

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Voters return incumbents to city council

In politics, being an incumbent can be a double-edged sword. ...

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Kasich’s 2014 rival proposes JobsOhio changes

A Democratic challenger to Republican Gov. John Kasich proposed stronger ethics and transparency rules Monday for Kasich's privatized job-creation office, saying they are needed to protect against conflicts of interest and corruption. ...

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Final results from May 7 primary elections

Franklin County Primary Election results. ...

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The right to vote

The Voting Rights Act was necessitated by years of post-civil war disenfranchisement of black citizens’ rights. In the southern states, would be black voters risked a brutal form of death for having the audacity of trying to exercise their rights as citizens. ...

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