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College students push to ease voting access after midterm barriers

BY: - November 20, 2022

Story originally published in Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts. Young voters made their voices heard during the midterms last week, turning out in relatively high numbers in an election that produced the first congressperson from Generation Z. But university students and voting rights advocates say voters on college campuses faced far too […]

Few tight races in Ohio, but ballots still to be counted

BY: - November 11, 2022

Most races in Ohio have enough votes to make them definitive (though election results are still unofficial), but for any races that might be close enough, there are still some ballots to be counted. As state law dictates, if a voter goes to a polling place on election day, but their eligibility is in question, […]

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It’ll be awhile before we know the true outcome of the Ohio vote

BY: - November 5, 2020

Outstanding ballots — including some that might still be sitting in the post office — mean that it will be some time before Ohioans know how Tuesday's election actually ended up.