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Ohio Politics - Politics, Business, Civil, History - Posted: 5th Aug, 2021 - 8:26am

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Post Date: 29th Sep, 2014 - 11:10pm / Post ID: #

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Supreme Court blocks early start for early voting in Ohio

The Supreme Court delayed the start of early voting in Ohio on Monday, a day before it was scheduled to begin, temporarily blocking a victory won by voting rights groups in lower courts. Ref. USAToday

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Post Date: 12th Mar, 2016 - 5:23am / Post ID: #

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In a victory for Bernie Sanders' campaign, a judge in Ohio has ruled that some 17-year-olds can vote in Tuesday's primaries.

Franklin County Judge Richard Frye determined that Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, a Republican, erred when he ordered that Ohioans who are 17 but will be 18 on Election Day in November not be allowed to vote in the presidential primaries.

Husted's office said he would appeal the ruling, which applies to all election boards in the state. Ref. CNN.

Post Date: 17th Oct, 2016 - 11:54am / Post ID: #

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Special report: In Ohio, not all blue-collar voters are sold on Donald Trump

Clark County, Ohio, is a swing county in the quintessential swing state. In 2012, its residents supported Mitt Romney by just 523 votes out of 64,301 cast for president. But its purple-county status isn't the only reason Clark County matters this year. For Donald Trump to win the election, he must steal away blue-collar Democrats from Hillary Clinton. The penultimate installment of USA TODAY Network's "The Deciders: 8 Counties that Count in 2016" series looks at why blue-collar voters in Springfield, Ohio, aren't all sold on Trump, despite his protectionist promises and rhetoric about job-stealing immigrants. Ref. USAToday.

Post Date: 5th Aug, 2021 - 8:26am / Post ID: #

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In Ohio House race that could be bellwether for Democrats in 2022, establishment-backed Shontel Brown beats Bernie Sanders ally Nina Turner. Brown secured an endorsement from Hillary Clinton, while former state Sen. Turner had the backing of progressives in Congress. The race comes at a pivotal moment for the party going into the next midterm elections. Source 1f.



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