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The data behind the Russia debate

The story of the 2016 election has not died, and the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report over the weekend kept the flames hot. Two Ohio State professors, instead of getting bogged down in the partisan talking points, have crunched the data on the ...

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State Issue 1 projected to fall in midterm election

State Issue 1, a proposed state constitutional amendment to reduce penalties for low-level drug offenders, is projected to emphatically lose in Tuesday’s midterm election. With 54.87 percent of precincts reporting, 65.08 percent of voters have rejected the proposal while only 34.92 percent have supported it. ...

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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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