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By JUSTIN DENNIS email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Judge David D’Apolito of Mahoning County Area
Former Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit the Mahoning Valley to head a major Democratic Party fundraiser Oct. 29 at the Lake Club and attend a rally to stump for the party’s candidate for Ohio governor, Richard Cordray.
The judges say the proposal undermines treatment for addiction.
Reps. Tim Ryan and Bill Johnson face political newcomers in the general election.
Rimedio-Righetti touts record from previous terms, while Barron wants to provide a “different political stance.”
Just 1 in 4 people thinks Brett Kavanaugh was completely honest when he heatedly rebuffed charges of sexual assault and heavy drinking during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing, and Republicans and Democrats hold starkly divergent views of whether his sworn testimony to senators was credible, a poll released Friday showed.
Boardman Park has operated on the same 1-mill tax rate for 70 years and is the only park in Ohio to maintain millage of that level for so long, a park official says – noting that the staff and board have been “prudent stewards” of these funds.
The Republican governor nominee’s wife campaigned in Boardman
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Brown says he’s done much for the Valley while Renacci says the incumbent has done nothing
Suffice it to say that “Horseface” and porn actress Stormy Daniels aren’t what Republicans want to talk about three weeks from the midterm elections – or ever. A record number of women are running, most of them Democrats, in the first balloting of the #MeToo era.
Judge Craig Baldwin, Judge Michael Donnelly, Judge Melody Stewart and Justice Mary DeGenaro are seeking seats on the state’s highest court.
State Sen. Joe Schiavoni, of Boardman, D-33, has reached his term limit and cannot run again.
The levy would generate $2.6 million annually for the district