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Mike DeWine takes Governor race

Mike DeWine was elected Governor of Ohio Tuesday night, keeping the Ohio governorship in Republican hands. Dubbed as one of the closest governor’s races in the country, DeWine, attorney general under Governor John Kasich, won by 7 percentage points over Democrat Richard Cordray. “I want ...

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Sherrod Brown secures six more years

Democrat Sherrod Brown retained his Senate seat defeating Republican challenger U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci with 59 percent of the vote to Renacci’s 39 percent, according to unofficial results. Brown’s win comes after a race that was never considered particularly close. Polling since March showed Brown ...

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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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Federal politics look to impact student debt

Whenever a new semester nears, Ohio State students make their way to Buckeye Link to make sure their fees are paid for the semester. For many students, this means accepting student loans. It is simple enough. Buckeye Link has already determined what amount needs to ...

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Crucial midterm elections on campus

The 2018 midterm elections are being pegged as a crucial turning point by everyone along the political spectrum. There are two races you can expect to hear a lot about on campus this fall: the gubernatorial race between current Attorney General Mike DeWine and Rich ...

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