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Ashtabula voters pass income tax and recall issues
People who live in Ashtabula, but who work in other municipalities with an income tax, now will pay more income tax to Ashtabula.
Bailey and Carlo get parties’ nod for commissioners race
Incumbent County Commissioner Peggy Carlo will square off against Ryan Bailey in the November General Election.
Grassroot supporters come out for Paul
Ron Paul supporters in Ashtabula County demonstrated the grassroots nature of the Republican’s campaign by braving the cold and pushing the envelope on primary election day.
Two in GOP seek recorder’s post
Two residents are hoping to represent the Republican party in November’s Ashtabula County recorder race.
Children Services seeks renewal of levy
The Ashtabula County Children Services Board is seeking renewal of the levy that provides virtually all of the agency’s local funding.
South county voters to decide on levies in two school districts
On March 6, south county voters will weigh in on two school districts’ proposed levies.
’Bula school district seeks emergency levy
The Ashtabula Area City Schools District is asking voters to approve a five-year, 6.8 mill emergency property tax levy for operating costs, which will appear on the March primary ballot.
Charter issues see mixed results
Charter government in Conneaut will get a slight overhaul, while charter issues in Ashtabula received a mixed reaction in Tuesday’s general election.
Kasich beats Strickland in Ohio governor’s race
Former Rep. John Kasich defeated Gov. Ted Strickland on Tuesday, handing Republicans control of a state considered crucial to the 2012 presidential election.
State representative race still a toss-up
The race for the 99th District representative appears to have gone to Republican Casey Kozlowski, but provisional ballots could change his 51-vote lead over incumbent Democrat, State Rep. Deborah Newcomb.
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