A federal judge ordered Ohio’s elections chief Wednesday to restore the final three days of in-person, early voting in the swing state in a ruling that gives Democrats a victory going into the fall election.
Democrats in three statewide races have outraised incumbent Republicans in the most recent campaign reporting period.
Challenge To Law That Makes It A Crime To Make False Statements About Candidate During Election Goes To Supreme Court
Negative campaigning and mudslinging may be a fact of life in American politics, but can false accusations made in the heat of an election be punished as a crime?
Poll Worker Who Said She Voted Multiple Times For Obama For Family Members Released Early From Prison
A former Ohio poll worker sentenced to five years in prison for voting illegally on behalf of other people has been released from prison after less than a year behind bars.
In this edition of Cleveland Connection, Dave talks with Tom Yablonsky, Executive Director of the Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation about the plus side of renewing the excise tax on cigarettes and alcohol in Cuyahoga County [...]
The former city council member first elected in 2005 has been praised for trying to turn around the Cleveland’s schools. But opponent Ken Lanci points to the district’s low grades on the state’s education report card. He runs a printing business in the city.
The family of former Penn State coach Joe Paterno has endorsed three candidates for the university’s Board of Trustees who have the backing of an alumni group that has been critical of how university leaders handled the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Monday is the deadline for Ohioans to register to vote for the May 7 primary election.
A county detective is trying to figure out how an apparent prankster was able to fill out a 2008 voter registration card signed “Barack H. Obama.”
Thirteen judges and lawyers are vying for an appointment to the Ohio Supreme Court by Gov. John Kasich, his office announced Monday.