Last week, State Auditor Dave Yost released an “interim” report on his investigation into attendance reporting practices across the state, and it took less than a day for the attorney representing the Columbus Board of Education to respond at length with a list of corrections that the Auditor should take into account. In that press conference, the Columbus attorney directed strong rebukes directly to the Columbus Dispatch reporters who have been jumping to conclusions about the data they are grossly misinterpreting in the series of articles they rehash weekly.
In a press conference last week only one day after being […]Full Story... →
The Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has agreed with a lower court that the attempts of the Republican Legislature, with the help of Governor John Kasich and Secretary of State Jon Husted, to eliminate voting on the three days immediately before the election violated the Constitution.
The decision is a big black eye to the Republicans. And it presents them with a clear choice about whether or not to support our military men and women.
The procedural background is important, so it bears repeating.
Ohio law was changed after the 2004 election to permit in-person early voting (as well as “no excuse” […]Full Story... →