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2020 Primary Election Results

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman 2020 Primary Election Results

Despite the early confusion surrounding Ohio’s primary, and the move to hold an all-mail election due to concerns over COVID-19 — the disease caused by the new coronavirus — over 19% of Franklin County’s registered voters cast a ballot in this year’s primary election. Now, the results of the primary election originally scheduled for March […]

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Columbus State Bond Issue Passes

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus State Bond Issue Passes

The longer-than-expected Ohio primary election finally came to a close on Tuesday, April 28, and results from the Franklin County Board of Elections show a bond issue from Columbus State Community College has passed. CSCC proposed Issue 21, a $300 million bond issue that will fund the modernization of 200 classrooms and labs, upgraded technology […]

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Voter Rights Lawsuit Rejected, Primary to Continue As Is

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Voter Rights Lawsuit  Rejected, Primary to Continue As Is

By Tyler Buchanan Ohio voters have until later this month to mail in their absentee ballots. They must first apply to their county board of elections office in order to receive their ballot before mailing in the completed vote. The Capital Journal published a full explainer about the process, available here. The primary election was originally scheduled […]

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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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Ohio Voting Rights Groups take Issue with Primary Postponement

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Voting Rights Groups take Issue with Primary Postponement

By Tyler Buchanan Days after the Ohio Primary Election was postponed, it is still unclear how (or when) voting will proceed. Despite that, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose is not waiting on the courts or the legislature to decide. LaRose has announced a new June 2 voting date on his official government website.  Not only that, […]

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Update: Polls Are Closed Today After Order From Director of Health

Walker Evans Walker Evans Update: Polls Are Closed Today After Order From Director of Health

Update (3/17 9:45am) — This post has been updated multiple times to include the most current information as this story continues to develop. Polling locations are closed today for in-person primary voting after the state issued a public health order late last night signed by Dr. Amy Acton, the state’s Director of Health. “To avoid an […]

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Map: Ohio Polling Locations Affected by Coronavirus

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Map: Ohio Polling Locations Affected by Coronavirus

By Tyler Buchanan Many Ohioans have been assigned a new polling location for the March 17 primary election, and voters are urged to use the state’s search tool to determine their correct polling place. The change to nearly 150 polling locations is due to recent coronavirus concerns. The locations are within nursing homes, and Secretary of […]

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

This year’s Urban Living Tour event has been postponed due to COVID-19, but will be returning later this summer!

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