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Thanks, but no thanks

April 7, 2013 When the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office learned that members of the Trumbull County Board of Elections approved new procedures for staff handling candidate nominating petitions, the office stepped... more »»

Odds, ends and an oops

March 31, 2013 First off, I made knuckleheaded mistake in last week’s column. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation offices are no longer in the Gibson Building in downtown Warre. more »»

Officials looking for offices

March 24, 2013 ‘‘We’re back to square one. more »»

Timing key to Ryan’s decision

March 17, 2013 Well, it was about time. more »»

Burden on wrong person

March 10, 2013 The Trumbull County Board of Elections has a new procedure that instructs office staff what to do when handling nominating petitions when candidates file to run for electio. more »»

Kasich in lead for ’14 race

March 3, 2013 In an early look at the 2014 gubernatorial race by a Quinnipiac University poll, Republican John Kasich holds an edge over each of the four rumored Democrat candidate. more »»

Rep joins fight for pensions

February 24, 2013 Republican U.S. Rep. more »»

GOP gets a rare win in the Valley

February 10, 2013 It’s not every day that Republicans in Trumbull County get a win, but that’s what happened last week at the Trumbull County Board of Elections. more »»

Duo does not want tiebreaker

February 3, 2013 Mark Alberini and Ralph Infante, the two Democrats on the county board of elections, don’t want Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted to break a tie on the board over a proposal to reduce the number of... more »»

Obama must move carefully

January 27, 2013 Following President Barack Obama’s second inaugural Monday, I spoke to some political experts on what the next four years may hold. more »»

Gerberry repeats objection

January 20, 2013 Democrat state lawmaker Ron Gerberry is objecting to plans Republican Gov. John Kasich has to deliver the annual State of the State address outside of Columbus again this year. more »»

Husted has the final word

January 13, 2013 It’s going to be interesting to see what Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, a Republican, does about a Republican-backed plan to eliminate more than one-quarter of voting precincts in Trumbull... more »»

Let the cutting begin

January 6, 2013 State Rep. Tom Letson has made the first round of cuts for an open seat on the Ohio Public Utilities Commission. more »»

Bonuses for public employees

December 30, 2012 Members of the board that governs the Trumbull County Health Department recently gave two supervisors performance bonuses. more »»

Officials back in the saddle

December 22, 2012 Trumbull County’s Sheriff Tom Altiere and Prosecutor Dennis Watkins are retiring on Dec. 31, but they’ll be right back at work in January. more »»

Ryan has work cut out for him

December 16, 2012 If Tim Ryan is seriously considering a bid for Ohio governor in 2014, the Democratic congressman has a lot of work ahead of him to become familiar with voters. more »»

Odds and ends from last week

December 2, 2012 The Trumbull County Board of Elections certified the results of the Nov. more »»

The rise and fall of Marc Dann

November 25, 2012 Marc Dann’s free fall from Ohio’s top attorney to Regular Joe is finally ove. more »»

Face an odd space for an ad

November 18, 2012 There is a man in Indiana with the 2012 Mitt Romney presidential campaign logo tattooed on the right side of his face. That is ridiculous. more »»

Results show that votes count

November 11, 2012 Odds and ends from Tuesday’s election: Trumbull County prosecutor Dennis Watkins led the Democrat ticket among candidates in Trumbull County-wide races. more »»

 
 
 

 

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