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How to Vote Absentee in the Primary Election

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman How to Vote Absentee in the Primary Election

Editor’s Note 4/3/2020: An earlier version of this article suggested calling the Franklin County Board of Elections would save you a stamp in the process of getting an absentee ballot. Calling will save you from having to print your application, not save you a stamp. Editor’s Note 4/27/2020: This article has been updated to include […]

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March Voter Forum to Host Franklin County Candidates

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman March Voter Forum to Host Franklin County Candidates

Updated 2/6/2020: This article has been updated to include more information on Issue 21, the Columbus State bond issue. The Coalition of Concerned Black Citizens, League of Women Voters Metro Columbus and WTF?!Weigh The Facts will hold a voters’ forum featuring candidates and issues affecting Franklin County. The forum will be held on Wednesday, March […]

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Columbus Voters’ Guide to the May 7 Primary Ballot

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Columbus Voters’ Guide to the May 7 Primary Ballot

The primary election is coming up on Tuesday, May 7, and while there aren’t any local candidates vying for office, Columbus is asking voters to approve a hefty $1.03 billion bond package. The funds would go toward a number of items, like capital improvements, neighborhood recreation centers, affordable housing, and a new Franklin County Municipal […]

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Registration Deadline is Today to Vote in May Primary Election

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Registration Deadline is Today to Vote in May Primary Election

Those who are looking to vote in the primary election on May 8, 2018 have until the end of Monday, April 9 to register to vote. Those registering must be a U.S. citizen, an Ohio citizen for at least 30 days before the election, and at least 18 years old on or before May 8. […]

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Voter Guide for the 2017 Columbus Primary Election

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Voter Guide for the 2017 Columbus Primary Election

Columbus City Councilmembers Priscilla Tyson, Shannon Hardin and Mitchell Brown are up for re-election this year. Officially endorsed by the Franklin County Democratic Party, they’re going against six other candidates, four Republicans and two Democrats, in the primary election taking place on Tuesday, May 2. From the Franklin County Republican Party are Kieran Cartharn, Josh […]

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