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Youngstown voters agree to eliminate term limits

An anti-fracking charter amendment is rejected for the eighth time.

Statewide Dems won in Mahoning, Trumbull, but not by strong enough margins

Mahoning party chairmen said the president played a factor.

New judges will preside over 7th District appeals, Mahoning County courts

Judge David D’Apolito will now sit on the 7th District Court, and Molly Johnson will preside over the Mahoning County Area Court.

Rimedio-Righetti ‘ready’ for third term

Voters approved incumbent Democratic Mahoning County Commissioner Carol Rimedio-Righetti for a third term Tuesday.

Fuda in victory: ‘We still have a lot of work to do’

Democrat Frank Fuda’s career in public office will continue four more years with his defeat of Republican Mary Williams for Trumbull County commissioner.

O’Brien, Holmes re-elected to 64th and 63rd House districts

Two former Trumbull County mayors pulled off two victories Tuesday, with former Warren Mayor Michael O’Brien and former McDonald Mayor Glenn Holmes being re-elected to statehouse seats.

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Rulli defeats Boccieri to win 33rd Ohio Senate

Republican Michael Rulli, right, won the 33rd District Senate seat Tuesday. Rulli garnered a combined total of 65,531 votes between Mahoning and Columbiana counties. His opponent, John Boccieri, received a combined total of 59,262 votes.

Dems seize control of US House

Associated Press WASHINGTON Resigned to losing his party’s grip on the House, President Donald

Campaigning for midterms winds down

Associated Press WASHINGTON No longer reluctant to speak out, former President Barack Obama

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NAFTA 2.0 could draw some jobs back to US, but at what cost?

President Donald Trump insists his new North American trade deal will deliver a victory for U.S. factory workers by returning many high-paying jobs to the United States. Maybe.

Governor’s race to drive good voter turnout for this election

Officials say local turnout could be best for a governor’s election since 2006

Author to lecture on immigration

Alan Kraut, an award-winning author, professor and immigration expert, will present a free lecture titled “‘Abnormally Twisted’ and ‘Unassimilable’: Anti-Semitic Nativism in an Era of Immigration Restriction, 1890-1924” at 11:45 a.m. Friday in the Witherspoon Rooms of Westminster College’s McKelvey Campus Center.


By DARLENE SUPERVILLE and KEN THOMAS Associated Press Feuding from a distance, President Donald

Ryan and DePizzo square off in congressional debate

Ryan said he’s delivered during his time in Congress, while his opponent said he’s failed the area.