Last year, real-estate developer and art collector Ron Pizzuti opened the doors to the Pizzuti Collection in the Short North, a venue at which to showcase his vast art collection. After purchasing his first piece of art in 1972, he has since amassed more than 1,500 works by artists ranging from Frank Stella to Ai [...]
The Franklin County Board of Elections is sorting through more than 27,000 ballots. That’s the number of provisional ballots that were cast on Election Day and during the 30-day early voting period that preceded it. A provisional ballot, as the name implies, may or may not count.
Provisional Ballots, Computer Glitches, Poll Worker and Voter Errors All Part of Election Day Headaches, Delays
The Franklin County Board of Elections today is correcting some ballot counts and processing more than 27,000 provisional ballots in a bid to put the wraps on Election 2008. But a Congressional race hangs in the balance.
Ohio voters will not get the chance to vote for a mandatory sick leave proposal. The group pushing the sick leave issue has asked that the issue be taken off the ballot.
How Ohioans will vote in November on a ballot issue on payday loans could depend on exactly how the proposal is worded. That’s why backers and opponents of the measure watched a marathon meeting of the Ohio Ballot Board so closely Thursday…and why each side had such different reactions to the ballot language the Board adopted.
Ohio Attorney General Nancy Rogers has rejected proposed language for a ballot issue to repeal the state’s tough new regulations on payday lenders.
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.
The first of the presidential candidates filed today for the Ohio ballot. Barack Obama’s campaign gathered with supporters and elected officials from all over the state to hand over the petitions to the Ohio Secretary of State. Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman led the contingent.
Franklin County Board of Elections to another step toward finalizing the March 4, 2008 primary election ballot.
Polls are open around Ohio for voters to make their selections in local races and a special congressional primary in northwest Ohio. Two Republicans, state Representative Bob Latta and state Senator Steve Buehrer, are facing off for the seat held many years by Republican Congressman Paul Gillmor.
Election officials estimate as few as 25% of registered voters will cast ballots today. WOSU commentator Jerolyn Barbee directs the Ohio chapter of the League of Women Vters. She says every vote and every election is important.