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Important Primary Dates to Remember

 Taijuan Moorman Important Primary Dates to Remember

In just over a month, Central Ohioans will vote in a state primary that will determine nominations for U.S. Representative, state senators, state representatives, judges, county and state Central Committees, and for some, the Columbus State Bond Issue, township fire and police levies and the Southwest Public Library Levy. Democrats will also select a nominee […]

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CCS Board of Education Candidate Forum

  CCS Board of Education Candidate Forum

Clintonville Go Public, Southside STAY, the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Columbus, and The Columbus Urban League are partnering to host a public forum with candidates for the Columbus Board of Education. Five of the seven seats are up for election on November 5, 2019, with four for general election and one for special […]

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Opinion: Women’s March on Washington Continues Movement for Equality

Natalee Brown Natalee Brown Opinion: Women’s March on Washington Continues Movement for Equality

Like many other “nasty women” out there, I’ve been listening to people call me bossy since around age four. In the ‘80s, little girls were encouraged to play with Cabbage Patch dolls and watch Disney movies. We were expected to be sweet and agreeable, not to boss around the rest of the kids in the […]

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Donald Trump Elected as the 45th President of the United States

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Donald Trump Elected as the 45th President of the United States

UPDATE: November 9th 5:30am by Walker Evans After winning the states of Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, Donald Trump has secured over 270 electoral votes to become the next President of the United States. “Now it is time for America to bind the wounds of division, have to get together, to all Republicans and Democrats and independents […]

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Ohio Called for Donald Trump

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Ohio Called for Donald Trump

Several states have yet to report, but Ohio has chosen Donald Trump as the next president of the United States. After Clinton’s brief lead earlier in the evening, Trump took 53 percent of the vote to Clinton’s 42 percent. The three C’s — Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati — all favored Clinton, but Trump took the […]

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Columbus Voters Mostly Reporting Short Wait Times at Polling Locations This Morning

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Voters Mostly Reporting Short Wait Times at Polling Locations This Morning

So far, so good. Columbus voters have largely reported short wait times at polling locations across the city this morning, generally citing between a 10 to 30 minute wait to vote. Early morning voters who attempted to beat the pre-work rush seemed to have few problems getting in and out in a timely fashion. “I […]

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Dan Good Wants Voter Support on Columbus School Levy

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Dan Good Wants Voter Support on Columbus School Levy

Columbus voters will decide on a range of issues at the polls this month and next, including a levy for Columbus City Schools to expand operations and address some deferred maintenance. With some critics calling it a potential waste of money and others calling into question the accountability of the school district based on past […]

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