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The Confluence Cast: Governor Ted Strickland

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Governor Ted Strickland

Is Ohio woke enough? Why aren’t we a swing state anymore? What’s it going to take to turn things around before the 2020 election? These questions and more were addressed by former Governor Ted Strickland at a special live event at the Gateway Film Center. Shownotes for this episode Connect with the Confluence Cast:Web | Patreon | iTunes | Facebook | Twitter

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Councilmember Brown Wins National Idea Challenge Competition

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Councilmember Brown Wins National Idea Challenge Competition

City Council President Pro Tem Elizabeth Brown has been announced as one of the winners of the 2019 New Ideas Challenge by national policymaker network NewDEAL. The competition was among state and local leaders, and Brown’s idea was one of five winners. Brown’s submission won in the “Expanding Access to Education” category and will address […]

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Watch 2020 Debates on the Big Screen for Free!

Walker Evans Walker Evans Watch 2020 Debates on the Big Screen for Free!

Columbus Underground is excited to announce that in partnership with the Gateway Film Center, locals can participate in the political process through the screening of the 2020 Presidential debates. Each free-to-attend event will include not only the screening, but also panel discussions, expert analyses and active conversations. “Bombarded with information in our 24-hour news cycle, […]

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Politics and a Pint

  Politics and a Pint

Enjoy another round of lively political conversation in a casual setting. Mike Thompson, host of Columbus on the Record on WOSU TV and Ann Fisher, host of All Sides with Ann Fisher on 89.7 NPR News, will be joined by Laura Bischoff, Statehouse Reporter for the Dayton Daily News and Andy Chow, Statehouse Reporter for […]

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2019 Election Results

Walker Evans Walker Evans 2019 Election Results

Your votes have been cast and results have been tallied and here are the results of the November 5th, 2019 general election in Columbus. Incumbent Democratic Mayor Andrew Ginther, who ran unopposed, easily won re-election with 94% of the vote, leaving the other seven percent to cast their ballots for write-in candidates. Four Columbus City […]

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Candidates for City Council Debate Biggest Local Issues

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Candidates for City Council Debate Biggest Local Issues

Tax abatements, income inequality, affordable housing, jobs, and education – Columbus City Council candidates hit all the hot button issues during their debate at the Columbus Metropolitan Club on Wednesday, October 23.  Incumbent councilmembers Elizabeth Brown, Rob Dorans, Shayla Favor, and Emmanuel Remy are all up for re-election this November, an opportunity for the progressive […]

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City Council Candidate Profile: Scott Singratsomboune

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman City Council Candidate Profile: Scott Singratsomboune

When Scott Singratsomboune tells people he’s running as an independent, people are immediately skeptical. He says the wheels start turning in people’s heads, trying to figure out whether he’s a “closet Democrat” or “closet Republican.” “They’re trying to figure out, well if he says it this way or uses this word, this is an indicator […]

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