Elections

  Low voter turnout and confusion highlight Ohio’s delayed primary election

Low voter turnout and confusion highlighted Ohio’s delayed primary election, which was completed Tuesday night.

  Coronavirus pandemic forced Ohio residents to vote by mail for state’s primary election

  Deadlines fast approaching for voting in Ohio’s mail-in primary election

Ohio Legislature approves all-mail primary up to April 28; legislation awaits Governor’s signature

Governor recommends that in-person voting in Ohio for Tuesday’s primary election delayed until June

  Here’s how Cuyahoga County is preparing for voting on Tuesday during the coronavirus crisis

Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders campaigns coming to Cleveland on Tuesday

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Proposals to cut Cleveland city council and reduce salaries removed from March 17 ballot

  Baldwin Wallace launches polling of key Great Lakes states for 2020 election

Results, polling places, and ballot issues: Here’s what you need to know for Election Day in Ohio

Summit County Board of Elections says votes were cast for candidates who withdrew

  Polling places for 80,000 voters in Cuyahoga County changed: Look up your location here

  Ohio attorney general addresses reports of harassment during state’s petitioning process

University in Ohio to host 4th Democratic debate in October

The Democratic National Committee says the party's October presidential debate will take place at a small university in Ohio

Judge allows purge of voters from Ohio rolls to begin

A federal judge says there should be no delay in purging 235,000 people from Ohio's voter registration rolls

Judges declare Ohio’s congressional map unconstitutional

A federal court has ruled that Ohio's congressional map is unconstitutional and has ordered a new one be drawn for the 2020 elections

  Beto O’Rourke makes presidential campaign stop at Cleveland bar

Less than a week after announcing his intention to run for president of the United States, Beto O’Rourke is expected to make a campaign stop in Cleveland.

Presidential exploratory committee launched to support Sen. Sherrod Brown

Governor-elect Mike DeWine announces Ohio inauguration events

Gov. Kasich asks for donations to ‘fix America’ through new website

‘Heartbeat’ abortion bill passed by Ohio House; advances to state Senate

Ohio election officials say video of 'rigged’ machine changing a vote was proven false

Sherrod Brown’s wife says senator ‘considering’ presidential run

  Election results: Mike DeWine wins Ohio governor’s race, Sherrod Brown retains US Senate seat, Issue 1 fails

Energized voting blocs hit the ballots Tuesday in support of various candidates, and their platforms.

  Cleveland Heights, North Olmsted precincts have highest voter turnout in Cuyahoga County so far today

Tuesday’s turnout is better than the last presidential election, according to that same manager.

  75-year-old Ohio woman celebrates working 53 elections

It takes a lot of people to pull off an election. Most get paid, but not very much.

Voter turnout in Cuyahoga County exceeds 2014 total

Over 899,000 residents are eligible to cast a vote in Cuyahoga County.

  President Trump campaigns in Cleveland for Ohio GOP candidates ahead of midterm elections

According to staff, President Trump will speak at the I-X Center at 3 p.m. with doors opening at noon.

  Cuyahoga County projecting high voter turnout

Voters will decide on 115 candidates from federal to municipal levels.

Vice President Pence visits Mansfield to stump for Ohio Republican candidates

Pence is expected to speak at a rally for Ohio gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine and Congressman Troy Balderson.

Several dozen North Ridgeville residents didn’t receive their absentee ballots

About 40 North Ridgeville residents never received their absentee ballots, which were mailed out on Oct. 10.

  Cleveland had more registered voters during the first Obama midterm in 2010 than there are for the Nov. 6 election

Last week was the deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 6 midterm in Cuyhaoga County.

Ohio Senate candidates Renacci, Brown to debate in Cleveland

Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown and Republican congressman Jim Renacci will debate Sunday evening in Cleveland.

  Explaining Issue 1 on the Ohio November ballot

When voters go to the polls on Nov. 6 the only issue that everyone in the state will vote on is Issue 1 which is titled, “To Reduce Penalties for Crimes of Obtaining, Possessing, and Using Illegal Drugs.”

  Cuyahoga County needs poll workers for Election Day

Positions will include both full-time and temporary employment opportunities.

  Lake County Board of Elections beefing up cyber security as midterms approach

The midterm elections are still a few months away, but all the talk about Russian interference has people talking.

Cordray, Kucinich strongest opponents for Ohio governor's race leader DeWine, according to new poll

DeWine, who is in his second term as attorney general in Ohio, is opposed in the primary by Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor.

Ohio voters unsure who should run against Brown for Senate (who's favored in General Election), new poll shows

A sampling of registered Ohio voters shows they are mostly undecided about which Republican candidate for senate should run against incumbent Sen. Sherrod Brown, who is running unopposed and will likely win the General Election.