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1 year ago
Fennell wins Newark council Democratic primary

Congratulations Sean on your win. Jim we look forward to working with you in the future.

1 year ago
Kelly Cruse & Kristin Bryant Election Results Watch Party

FYI

Kelly and Kristin invite all their supporters, friends, and volunteers to stop out and watch election results come in.

1 year ago
Licking County voters decide tax issues, council races

Reminder: May 2nd, Tuesday is election day for Licking County Voters. Everyone has at least two county issues on the ballot. There is a Democratic Primary only in the City of Reynoldsburg for 3 at ... See more

1 year ago
Robert Reich

Turns out Trump is a lousy negotiator. In the spending agreement reached last night to keep the government funded through the end of September, Trump got rolled in 10 ways:

1. His "wall" didn't get ... See more

1 year ago
Former congressman rails against gerrymandering and money in politics

While in Congress, Zack Space represented the Eastern half of Licking County.

The two biggest threats to democracy in America are gerrymandered U.S. congressional districts and the undue influence of campaign donations and moneyed interests, former Congressman Zack Space told ... See more

1 year ago
Living Room Conversation w/ Public Utilities Commission of Ohio

FYI...Here is an opportunity to get some answers...

Luka Papalko with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio will be meeting with neighbors to have coffee and talk about their utility bills. Neighborhood appearance will also be a focus of discussion ... See more

1 year ago
Bill

FYI

A bit nicer weather in our nation's capitol...

1 year ago
Ohio Democratic Party

Trump made big promises for his first 100 days...

1 year ago
Joe Begeny's Petition Signing for Re-election!

FYI

Join me to support my re-election campaign for the Reynoldsburg City School Board and support a great local business, Carnival Ice Cream! See you on the 29th!

1 year ago
Newark Advocate

FYI - the Granville, Heath, and Johnstown communities do not participate in the countywide 911 service. If this levy passes, they will be paying taxes 3 times for this service: their local levy, ... See more

"The future of Licking County 911 service is not dependent upon passage of this levy," Mike Smith wrote.

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