Absentee ballots give voters an opportunity to vote at their own pace, without the pressure of the long line behind them. They can have the data they have collected on the issues and the candidates at their side to refer to.
- Tuesday, 26 July 2011 17:44
Senate Bill 5 would place limits on collective bargaining, changing the way more than 350,000 public workers have negotiated contract terms for nearly three decades. The new law also prohibits strikes and enables state and local governments and schools to base employee pay decisions on performance.
- Wednesday, 20 July 2011 09:59
“Richard Cordray has spent his career advocating for middle class families, from his tenure as Ohio’s Attorney General, to his most recent role as heading up the enforcement division at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau,” said Obama.
- Wednesday, 13 July 2011 09:58
The recently passed sentencing reform law will reduce crime and save lives. That's what Gov. Kasich spoke about at Mount Sinai Baptist Church in Cleveland. About 12,000 low level Ohio offenders spend less than a year in a state prison where they are exposed to far more dangerous criminals says Kasich.
- Wednesday, 13 July 2011 09:52
“Not since the days of Jim Crow have we seen such a blatant and deliberate attack on the right of all Americans to vote. In the name of election reform, new barriers threaten to disenfranchise millions of citizens.