Category: Ohio Government

Larose to Lead Minority Business Roundtable in Cleveland TODAY!

LAROSE TO LEAD MINORITY BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE IN CLEVELANDWHO: Frank LaRose Ohio Secretary of State WHAT:LaRose will lead a discussion with over 50 local minority business leaders regarding the challenges facing their community and businesses WHEN:Monday, May 20, 2019 10:30 a.m. WHERE:Cleveland Public LibraryBalcony Area1962 Stokes Blvd.Cleveland, OH 44106Please RSVP by 8:00 a.m. Monday, May 20,…

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Leader Sykes optimistic school funding reform efforts could help grow next generation of civic, business leaders

Ohio House Democratic Leader Emilia Strong Sykes (D-Akron) recently expressed her support for state Reps. John Patterson (D-Jefferson) and Bob Cupp’s (R-Lima) comprehensive, bipartisan school-funding reform efforts, which seek to fix Ohio’s unconstitutional, broken funding model. “This plan is the result of over a year’s worth of bipartisan work to fix the broken, unconstitutional school…

March 16 state auction features log splitter, air compressors, kitchen equipment and more

March 16 auction features log splitter, air compressors, kitchen equipment and more The state’s next miscellaneous property auction, scheduled for Saturday, March 16, will feature numerous unique items including a compact log splitter, air compressors and kitchen appliances. A wide variety of computer equipment (e.g., laptops, monitors and printers) and electronic appliances (e.g., copiers, audio…

SOS LAROSE BEGINS UNPRECEDENTED EFFORT TO SEND VOTER REGISTRATION FORMS TO NON-RESPONSIVE “LAST CHANCE” ADDRESSES

COLUMBUS – Today, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose began the process to send voter registration forms to addresses which did not respond to “last chance” postcards sent by their local county Board of Election. This morning, the Elections Division of the Secretary of State’s office issued a request of county boards of elections to…

Watch online! Ohio 34th Annual MLK Commemorative Celebration

The Ohio Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission presented awards in categories for Ohioans’ efforts to keep Dr. King’s dream alive and advance his philosophy of nonviolent social change. Awards were presented as part of the annual commemorative celebration held Jan. 17, 2019 at Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Columbus. This free noon event recognizes Ohio…