Election 2013

Statewide News
11:51 pm
Thu August 8, 2013

Few Voters Make Big Decisions in Off-year and Special Elections.

The results from Tuesday’s special election in Ohio are still unofficial as provisional and absentee ballots continue to be counted, and though it varies from precinct to precinct, and county to county, voter turnout overall was expectedly low.

Voters in 23 Ohio counties decided on 28 issues. 19 of those were school tax levies. But no matter if an issue passed or failed, it was still decided on by a reletively few number of people who had the ability to participate in the decision making process.

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Around the Miami Valley
5:10 pm
Mon May 6, 2013

Clark County Board of Elections Prepared for Tuesday's Election

Some voters in Clark County will be casting their ballots in a new polling place on Tuesday. 

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Around the Miami Valley
4:33 pm
Mon May 6, 2013

School Levies Make Up the Ballot in Clark County

A handful of school levies make up the ballot in Clark County for Tuesday's May 7 election. One school district is already planning to ask voters to approve a levy in the fall if the district is not successful Tuesday.

Springfield City Schools has a 2.2-mill bond issue on the ballot. If passed it will allow the district to make security and safety improvements without raising tax bills. An old bond issue expires at the end of this year that would cost the homeowner of a $100,000 home approximately $67 a year.

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Statewide News
7:35 am
Mon April 8, 2013

Ohioans Must Register By Monday To Vote In Primary

Monday is the deadline for Ohioans to register to vote for the May 7 primary election.

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted says voters who have moved since the last election need to update their voting address at MyOhioVote.com by Monday if they plan to vote.

Voter registration forms are available at that website or from local boards of elections and other agencies, such as libraries.

In-person absentee voting began April 2. Those wanting to vote by mail must complete, sign and seal their voted ballots and postmark them no later than the day before election day.

Politics
8:04 am
Tue April 2, 2013

Early Voting Begins for May Special Election

Early voting begins today for the May 7th special election that includes run-off votes for Dayton mayor and city commission, and levy proposals for area schools, police, fire and other services for more than 20 communities in the region.

Llyn McCoy, Deputy Director of the Greene County Board of Elections, says residents can still register to vote in the election if they have not done so.

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