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Balderson looking to secure Ohio’s 12th District Seat

Republican Troy Balderson is projected to defeat Democrat Danny O’Connor to retain his seat as the U.S. Representative for Ohio District 12. With 68.95 percent of precincts reporting, Balderson has 52.29 percent of the votes with O’Connor having 46.34 percent. Balderson narrowly defeated O’Connor in ...

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Opinion: Vote no on well-intentioned Issue 1

Issue 1 has been fostering much discussion in the lead-up to the midterm elections, and no doubt if you are even remotely plugged in to Ohio elections, you have heard about it from one or both sides. First and foremost, there is no doubt in ...

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Letter to the Editor: I support Issue 1

When people overdose, we see them as victims. When they are arrested in Ohio with low-level, non-violent drug possession, we see them as criminals.  We can do better. As a primary care physician, I support Issue 1 because it halts the cycle of trauma and ...

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Big names come to Ohio to sway governor race

Lindsey Graham, Joe Biden, Mike Pence and Elizabeth Warren. All household names and all powerhouse politicians for their respective parties. And all of them have been in Ohio this week to weigh in on the governor race. The Ohio governor race likely will be decided ...

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Election Day: A quick guide to Nov. 6

Election Day is approaching and students on campus should keep their eyes on three main votes they will be asked to cast. The youth vote turnout — defined as the age group 18-29 — is consistently low in the midterms, at 25 percent or lower ...

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Anti-abortion group brings JumboTron to campus

Anti-abortion group Created Equal came to campus Wednesday afternoon at the corner of College Road and Annie and John Glenn Avenue with a JumboTron that screened videos of abortions. Standing among signs depicting graphic images of aborted fetuses, representatives from Created Equal distributed promotional pamphlets ...

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