May 28, 2016


Judge to hear arguments today in lawsuit against Husted about 17-year-olds voting

COLUMBUS — A judge planned to hear arguments Thursday in a dispute over whether the swing state’s youngest voters can have a say in next week’s presidential primary race. State law allows 17-year-olds who will be 18 before the fall election to vote in Tuesday’s primary. But a manual for elections officials issued last year Read More…

Former LCCAA board member Gilchrist pleads not guilty to voting charges

ELYRIA — Robert Gilchrist pleaded not guilty Thursday to four felony counts of illegal voting and later insisted that he never deliberately voted in the wrong place. “I didn’t have any criminal intent,” Gilchrist said. Lorain County Prosecutor Dennis Will previously has said the charges against Gilchrist have nothing to do with intent, but whether Read More…