UPDATE 9/16: Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Richard Frye ruled against the one-drop-box-per-county directive on September 15, stating that the limit was was “arbitrary and unreasonable.” Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s office announced he would appeal the ruling, and that as of right now the secretary’s directive remains in place ORIGINAL STORY: The question of
Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz and Toledo Chief of Police George Kral held a news conference to officially declare gun violence a public health crisis.
Ohioans are encouraged to vote by mail and polling places are changing protocols to ensure social distancing regulations. by Aubreyonna Van Hoose American citizens are concerned how voting will look and that their votes will be counted due to the influence of COVID-19 on the upcoming election. How can voters stay safe and enact their
As of August 24, only 57.2% of Toledo’s known population had completed the census, well below the state’s completion rate of 68.3%.
Who can request an absentee ballot and when? Any qualified voter may request an absentee ballot right now or at any time before noon on Saturday, October 31. Where can I get an application for an absentee ballot? Applications for Lucas County residents can be found at https://co.lucas.oh.us/documentcenter/view/623 Absentee Application How do I submit an
Random thoughts from a randomly functioning mind. Seems about right for that wacky thing called Year Twenty Twenty. Tootling around T Town lately we were struck by the lack of political signs. We understand that politicking is curtailed by the virus. Hard to press flesh from six feet away. Even harder to kiss babies with