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Revision as of 17:28, 7 March 2014

May 6, 2014 election results: Ohio bonds approved, Youngstown, OH, fracking ban rejected for a third time and California voters approve school taxes but reject healthcare tax May 07, 2014

May 6, 2014 ballot measure elections May 06, 2014

2013 Local Pension Measure Roundup Dec 26, 2013

Pension Hotspots: Cincinnati, OH, San Francisco, CA, and Hialeah, FL Nov 29, 2013

Local measures post election report: Fracking bans and marijuana taxes approved but Cincinnati pension initiative suffers crushing defeat Nov 07, 2013

Pension Hotspots: Pre-election review Oct 25, 2013

...more local news

School bond and tax votes

See also: School bond and tax elections in Ohio

Ohio is one of a handful of states that expresses its property tax cap limit in the amount of mills using the mill rate formula over an mathematical formula. Ohio has a ten mill limit that is protected by the Ohio Constitution since 1953. Also, Ohio requires approval for any new bonding by the Ohio School Facilities Commission. Ohio uses an adjusted valuation per-pupil formula to determine which districts should get bonding. Districts with the lowest ratings are given first consideration in the process of getting a bond issue approved.

Supreme Court justices selection changes

Chief Justice Moyer, Ohio State Bar Association and the League of Women Voters all agree that a change is needed in how the Supreme Court justices are selected. On Friday November 20, the three parties agreed to work together to build a coalition that would support a constitutional amendment that would make it so that justices are appointed and stand for a retention election. Currently statewide elections are held to select justices. Moyer believes that there is a perception that campaign contributions influence judicial decisions. The suggested that early next year they would have a plan set out on how to go about these changes.[1]

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AdamsAllenAshlandAshtabulaAthensAuglaizeBelmontBrownButlerCarrollChampaignClarkClermontClintonColumbianaCoshoctonCrawfordCuyahogaDarkeDefianceDelawareErieFairfieldFayetteFranklinFultonGalliaGeaugaGreeneGuernseyHamiltonHancockHardinHarrisonHenryHighlandHockingHolmesHuronJacksonJeffersonKnoxLakeLawrenceLickingLoganLorainLucasMadisonMahoningMarionMedinaMeigsMercerMiamiMonroeMontgomeryMorganMorrowMuskingumNobleOttawaPauldingPerryPickawayPikePortagePreblePutnamRichlandRossSanduskySciotoSenecaShelbyStarkSummitTrumbullTuscarawasUnionVan WertVintonWarrenWashingtonWayneWilliamsWoodWyandot


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