The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio last week rejected a request from American Electric Power to have customers subsidize two coal plants. So what will it mean for future utility proposals in Ohio?
WOSU News Archives For: March 5, 2008
Among widespread reports of people “switching” parties in Tuesday’s primary, there were five interesting incidents involving voters moving from one party to another.
Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner earlier this year issued a state-wide directive to counties, requiring them to have a supply of paper ballots on hand. The measure was announced shortly after a study found voting machines may be susceptible to tampering. Now one day after the Ohio primary, many counties are left with many of those ballots unused.
Hillary Clinton’s win in Ohio’s Democratic presidential primary election, is not going to help her catch up very much with Barack Obama in the crucial race for convention delegates.
Hilliard School District last night suffered a major defeat when voters rejected a crucial operating levy.
Hillary Clinton won a smashing victory last night over Barack Obama in Ohio’s Democratic presidential primary, halting a string of 11 straight losses in other primary states.
Super Tuesday Number 2 has come and gone in Franklin County with minor problems reported at the polls. One had to do with the secretary of state’s order to provide paper ballots to voters who ask.
After a rather unfriendly race between two democrats vying for a nomination for a seat on the Franklin County Commission, the numbers are in. WOSU spent some time last night with both the campaigns .