Should Ohio judicial candidates have party listings on the ballot?
Around 1 million Ohio voters took a glance at the pair of Supreme Court races on their 2020 ballot and decided to take a pass. Maybe they didn’t like the candidates. Perhaps they were more focused on other high-profile ballot items, such as the presidential race. There is one other main reason voters might have […]
New fiscal impact analysis shows Ohio can save big with bail reform
On any given day in Ohio, as many as 12,000 people are held in jail pretrial. Most are jailed not because of what they’ve allegedly done, but because of what they don’t have. This is due to Ohio’s reliance on cash bail, which creates a two-tiered system of justice in which those with resources go […]