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Kasich’s Take On Why “Blue Wave” Was Weaker In Ohio

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In what’s being billed as his last public appearance as governor, John Kasich says there’s a reason why Ohio Republicans held the state’s top offices and many legislative seats when their colleagues in other areas of the country didn’t. Kasich says this November’s election was good for Republicans because Ohioans don’t want change. “Why change?… Read More

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Results In 2018 Vote Showed “Tribal” Tendencies In Ohio To Some Experts

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There were some surprises buried in the results of the 2018 election, many of them for Democrats, who lost the five big statewide executive offices. But they weren’t surprising to some consultants who have worked with both major political parties in Ohio. And they could be disappointing to non-partisans. Ohio’s 3rd state Senate district has… Read More

Opioid-Related Levies Receive Mixed Response From Ohio Voters

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The impact of the opioid crisis was all over the ballot on Tuesday – from candidates with proposed opioid solutions to county levies for strained children services departments. Near-Record Number of Children Services Levies on the Ballot New data from the US Department of Health and Human Services notes an increase in the number of children… Read More

A Data Dive Into The Ohio Valley Midterm Election Results

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The “Blue Wave” that broke in some midterm races around the country hit a “Red Wall” in the Ohio Valley, and while the Democrats will take control of the House in Washington, the partisan makeup of the Congressional delegations for Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia remains unchanged. In the region’s two Senate races, Democrats managed… Read More

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Ohio’s Early Voting Turnout Doesn’t Necessarily Predict ‘Blue Wave’

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More Ohioans have requested early absentee ballots for this midterm election than the last one in 2014. But Ohio is behind other states that are seeing record early turnout levels. And there’s a lot of speculation about whether that shows a “red tide” is building again in Ohio, or whether the state will be part… Read More