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Latest Jon Husted Items
Two Libertarian candidates for statewide office in Ohio are awaiting word from the state elections chief on whether they'll make the May 6 primary ballot.
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald, the leader of the state's largest county and a Democratic gubernatorial candidate, said Thursday that he plans to challenge a new Ohio law that bars county elections boards from mailing unsolicited, absentee-ballot applications to voters in the political swing state.
Secretary of State Jon Husted has established uniform, early-voting hours for Ohio's 88 counties for this year's primary and general elections. Voters can cast absentee ballots early by mail or in person without giving any reason. Here is the schedule for in-person voting:
Ohio voters will get two Saturdays but no Sundays or evenings to cast early, in-person ballots during the statewide election this fall under a schedule set Tuesday by the state's elections chief.
Ohio's elections chief has qualified write-in candidates in three May primary contests, including the governor's race.
Nearly decade-old voting technology used in Ohio and elsewhere is raising concerns among elections officials who say the machines may be nearing the end of their lifespans and at risk of problems in the next few years.
Two proposals passed Tuesday by a Republican-dominated legislative panel in Ohio could impact how soon voters cast early ballots and how they receive absentee ballot applications in the presidential battleground state.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is not eager to end the death penalty, not afraid to veto a drilling tax and not looking to push a right-to-work proposal to limit labor unions.
The secretary of state says the number of filings from new entities wanting to do business in Ohio increased in 2013 for the fourth straight year.