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OHIO PRIMARY | Liberty Local School District levy failing

OHIO PRIMARY | Liberty Local School District levy failing

With all precincts reporting, 54 percent of voters (1,310) voted against the five-year, 2.5-mill levy.
OHIO PRIMARY | Eagle Joint Fire District levy supported

OHIO PRIMARY | Eagle Joint Fire District levy supported

With all current votes counted, 70 percent (1,922 votes) of people voted in favor of the five-year 1.5-mill levy.
OHIO PRIMARY | Polivka leads Trumbull County commissioner race

OHIO PRIMARY | Polivka leads Trumbull County commissioner race

Current final results showed Polivka, the incumbent, with 63 percent or 13,314 votes. All results are unofficial until a final tally on May 8.
AT THIS HOUR | A line spotted at the Trumbull County Board of Elections

AT THIS HOUR | A line spotted at the Trumbull County Board of Elections

Any registered voter who requested but did not get a ballot by mail can show up at their county board of elections to cast a provisional ballot.
VALLEY POLITICS | Expect party favorites to prevail in low-turnout primary

VALLEY POLITICS | Expect party favorites to prevail in low-turnout primary

The change in the day of the election, the change in the way the election is conducted and the lack of statewide contests all points to a very low turnout. That will benefit the incumbents and party favorites in the primary. 
Ohio voters urged to act quickly to cast vote-by-mail ballot

Ohio voters urged to act quickly to cast vote-by-mail ballot

Voters can print their own absentee ballot request form online at voteohio.gov or call their local county board of election and have a request sent.
Lepore-Hagan, Liston introduce universal vote-by-mail legislation

Lepore-Hagan, Liston introduce universal vote-by-mail legislation

“I’m absolutely convinced this system will alleviate the persistent problems that have plagued Ohio’s electoral process for far too long,” Lepore-Hagan said.
Ohio House Democrats push vote-by-mail approach for primary

Ohio House Democrats push vote-by-mail approach for primary

“We cannot risk further chaos and jeopardize the health of everyday Ohioans by scheduling another in-person primary during this deadly pandemic,” House Democratic Leader Emilia Strong Sykes said.
Ohio lawmakers could revisit voting bills with renewed interest

Ohio lawmakers could revisit voting bills with renewed interest

Michele Lepore-Hagan of Youngstown wants a universal vote-by-mail system in Ohio.
Election officials don’t want coronavirus to sideline Ohio voters

Election officials don’t want coronavirus to sideline Ohio voters

About 35,000 poll workers are needed for an election in Ohio, and Jen Miller, executive director of the League of Women Voters in Ohio, said there are some concerns right now about a shortage for the primary.