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Ohio is likely to lose a congressional seat. Here’s why that’s...

WASHINGTON — Ohio is projected to lose a U.S. House seat in the coming years, new data show — a change that would diminish...

Judges’ political party can inform voters, experts and advocates say

Experts and election advocates in Ohio are seeing the positives in including a judicial candidate’s party affiliation on a general election ballot, something a...

New Ohio House bill would allow judges to include party affiliation...

A House Bill introduced during the holiday break would allow judges to run under party affiliation, which the sponsors of the bill say would...

U.S. House passes legislation to crack down on voter suppression

The U.S. House passed legislation on Friday that would give the federal government broader authority to police voting rights violations across the country.  The bill,...

Ohio Dems want to increase turnout by making Election Day a...

A pair of Democratic state legislators are seeking to improve voter access and turnout by making Election Day a state holiday in Ohio. Their proposal...
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