Weekly columns from Vindicator politics writer David Skolnick:
Turnout for this past election was even worse than the low — and obviously over-optimistic —
The event was touted as “a group of concerned citizens, including clergy and community leaders” to
Two weeks ago I wrote that all indications were that the investigation into sexual harassment claims
All indications are the investigation into sexual harassment claims made by Lyndsey Hughes, a city
While the Youngstown mayoral Democratic primary wasn’t that compelling, the general election race is likely the most unusual I've covered.
The rhetoric used by Mahoning Valley black leaders to criticize Mahoning County Democratic Party
Youngstown City Council’s resolution in opposition to a proposed Stand Your Ground law in the state
The reasons behind the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber’s last-minute decision to withdraw an
At the pace Youngstown City Council is going, it’s a good thing there’s plenty of time to redistrict
National Democrats and their staff seem to get lost once they step outside Washington, D.C. I
Several people are giving serious consideration to running next year for an Ohio House seat that
About one in every 20 people who the U.S. Census Bureau counts as Youngstown residents “live” in
Here are a few observations on the nonpartisan filing deadline for the Nov. 5 general election.
The general election for the 6th Congressional District seat isn’t until November 2014, but it
U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, a Republican from Marietta, won his second term last year by 6.7 percentage