CityBeat - Election Issue http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-280-1-election_issue.html <![CDATA[CITYBEAT: Yes on Issue 1 - Changes to redistricting for state representatives]]>

Have you ever wondered why Ohio, held up as the quintessential swing state, has a General Assembly that is dominated by one party? The answer, at least in part, has to do with the state’s method for drawing its state house districts.

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<![CDATA[CITYBEAT: No on Issue 3 - Marijuana legalization ]]>

Let’s put this on the table first: CityBeat supports the legalization of marijuana. But there are better ways to do so, and we believe the price ResponsibleOhio asks is too steep: legalization at the cost of creating a small, powerful group with exclusive rights to grow marijuana commercially.

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<![CDATA[CITYBEAT: No on Issue 22 - Parks tax charter amendment]]>

Like Issue 3’s effort to legalize marijuana, Mayor John Cranley’s proposal to amend the city’s charter in order to fund improvements to the city’s parks presents an ostensibly attractive goal wrapped in an untenable package.

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<![CDATA[CITYBEAT: Yes on Issues 23 and 24 - Mayoral primary and ballot cleanup]]> These minor amendments to the city’s charter are relatively non-controversial.

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<![CDATA[CITYBEAT: Vote for Jack Conway - Kentucky governor]]>

Ohio and Cincinnati face some tough calls in their elections, but Kentuckians have at least one easy choice on their ballot.

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<![CDATA[The Election Issue 2015 - ]]> On the surface, 2015 seems like a sleepy year at the ballot box, but the ballot you’ll see before you Nov. 3 does have some vexing and important decisions for voters that could radically change the future of Cincinnati and both Ohio and Kentucky. ]]>