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Hillary Clinton Makes Women-Centric Campaign Stop in Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Hillary Clinton Makes Women-Centric Campaign Stop in Columbus

Hillary Clinton energized several hundred of her supporters this morning at the Columbus Athenaeum with a campaign stop that focused primarily on women’s issues. After a rousing introduction by Columbus City Councilmember Jaiza Page, Clinton took to the microphone to talk about pay equality, income inequality, and made promises to raise the minimum wage. “Women […]

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Opinion: Team Clinton might as well capitalize on Ohio lawsuit

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Opinion: Team Clinton might as well capitalize on Ohio lawsuit

Once upon a time, there existed in Ohio something called the “Golden Week;” a period before Election Day during which citizens were able to register and vote on the same day. “Golden Week” no longer exits in Ohio, but a federal lawsuit filed last month aims to bring it back, as well as reverse several […]

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Swing Easy: Weed Leads in Ohio

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Swing Easy: Weed Leads in Ohio

It’s been a busy couple of weeks here in Columbus. We had a mayoral primary election that might not be over, plus City Council and Board of Education primaries. Needless to say, we didn’t have a lot of time for 2016. So let’s jump back into it, shall we? Ohio is Mandatory The University of […]

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Swing Easy: Ohio’s Role in 2016

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Swing Easy: Ohio’s Role in 2016

Welcome to the first installment of Swing Easy, Columbus Underground’s ongoing series about the 2016 senate and presidential elections as experienced by America’s most important swing state. As electioneering heats up in the Buckeye State, we’ll bring you all the details and oddities of an Ohio campaign, starting with a ninja candidate, a forgotten senator […]

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Opinion: Not Debating Fitzgerald Could Haunt Kasich

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Opinion: Not Debating Fitzgerald Could Haunt Kasich

Governor John Kasich will not debate Ed Fitzgerald, marking the first time in 36 years that two candidates for the Ohio governorship have not faced each other on the issues. Both campaigns have largely blamed the other for the lapse in democratic tradition, but it’s clear that Fitzgerald stands to lose more than Kasich. The […]

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