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Hildo May 2024: Lucas County Dems Elect a New Chair

Spring has sprung in the Swamp, and with it the promise of new growth and warmer days ahead. Songbirds have returned from their winter sojourn,...

Hildo April 2024: Being Paula – The Strange Political Saga of PHH

Another day, another loss. As predicted in this humble column, Paula Hicks Hudson was defeated in her bid to win the Democratic primary election for...

The HeART Gallery Hosts Looking Over The President’s Shoulder

The HeART Gallery will be hosting a Lunch and learn performance based on the true story of Alonzo Fields on April 18. Fields, who...

Learn About Public Issues with League of Women Voters of Toledo-Lucas County

The League of Women Voters of Toledo-Lucas County will host several public events during April. The League was first created in 1921, in an...

Ohio’s Primary Election: Previewing Congressional Primary Races in OH-2, OH-6 and OH-9

~ Article from the Ohio Capital Journal and Megan Henry ~ Ohio’s congressional primary races will be decided next week to set the stage for...

Hildo March 2024

Help Wanted: Fools and Jokers in City Politics

ACT, DRO Hold Town Hall to Make Toledo More Accessible

The Ability Center and Disability Rights Ohio held a town hall, Friday, Feb. 23 to discuss ways to make the Greater Toledo Area more...

Hildo February 2024

Once upon a time there was a great lion, the monarch of all he surveyed. But one day the lion noticed a pesky thorn...

January 2024 Hildo: The Resurgence of A Lo.

It took a decade, but A Lo has regained her form. Current Lucas County Auditor Anita Lopez was once a staple of this humble column....

Hildo November 2023: Get yer vote on

t’s here! The much anticipated, oft imitated, never duplicated, off-year Election Day Twenty Twenty-Three!  No, seriously folks. There’s an election on November 7th. In fact,...

Take TARTA To The Polls With Fare-Free Rides On Election Day

The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) wants to make sure everyone’s voice is heard on election day by giving customers a free ride...

City Politics 2023: Raise Your Voices

It’s that time of year again – elections are in full swing and people are heading to the polls to do their civic duty by voting. If you are not yet registered to vote, the deadline is Oct. 10. City Paper has compiled a list of candidates and information about them to help prepare you for voting in November. Want to learn more about who you’re voting for? Read on.