MANSFIELD -- The Richland County Board of Elections met Wednesday and certified the results of the Nov. 3 general election, according to Paulette Hankins, the county's elections director.
COLUMBUS -- Christina Collins, a Medina educator and mother of four, has ousted incumbent Lisa Woods for a seat on the State Board of Education.
While the country waits on a final presidential race decision, what did Tuesday's election tell us about north central Ohio?
Plymouth residents chose not to renew a five-year, six-mill current expenses levy. Residents in Mifflin and Perry Township passed new levies.
Three Republican incumbent members of Congress were easily re-elected Tuesday, according to final, unofficial vote totals from the various county boards of election.
Crawford County voters on Tuesday chose to retain Patrick Murphy as probate/juvenile court judge.
Republican Marilyn John will represent Richland County as part of the 2nd District in the Ohio House.
MANSFIELD -- Mansfield attorney Kelly Badnell will be Richland County’s next probate court judge.
Richland County Juvenile Court will remain under the helm of Republican Judge Steve McKinley.
All polls in Richland County opened Tuesday at 6:30 a.m. for the 2020 general election with early-morning lines at some locations,
MANSFIELD -- Hours before polls open open on Election Day, almost 46 percent of registered Richland County voters have already cast ballots.
The judge in charge of protecting both the community and the future of juvenile offenders is in the hands of the voters on Tuesday.
Voters in Ohio's 12th Congressional District are choosing between three candidates in the Nov. 3 general election.
BUTLER -- Lindsay Roberts values diversity—a topic she knows quite a lot about. A veteran who left the military when her now-wife became ill, she's the mother of two sons with disabilities, partner to a cancer survivor with disabilities and more. Wise beyond her 36 years, Roberts selected a …
Voters in Ohio's 7th Congressional District are choosing between three candidates in the Nov. 3 general election.
MANSFIELD -- As a child, Anna Weberling believed the best way to serve others was to leave her childhood home and become a missionary in another country. But as she grew up, she realized that service can happen anywhere — even in your own backyard. By watching the way her grandparents loved …
Crawford County voters have three choices on Nov. 3 to represent them in the U.S. Congress. The county voters will also cast ballots for the Ohio Senate and House, among other races.
Mark Romanchuk believes his experience in the private and public sectors uniquely qualify him to be a state senator. Ryan Hunger believes it's time for a new, independent voice in Columbus.
It does not appear low voter turnout will be a problem in Richland County in the 2020 general election.
Local attorney Kelly Badnell and Magistrate Kirsten Pscholka-Gartner of the Richland County Domestic Relations Court will face off Nov. 3 to become judge of the Richland County Probate Court.
On Nov. 3, voters will choose between Republican Marilyn John and Democrat Sam Grady for the Ohio House of Representatives seat in District 2.
More Richland County in-person voters thus far are Republicans, while Democrats have an edge in absentee ballots, according to the local Board of Elections.
The Mansfield NAACP Voter Registration Committee is organizing "Souls to the Polls" rides to the Richland County Board of Elections.
Two Republican incumbents are facing off against two Democratic challengers for seats on the Supreme Court of Ohio.
In the 5th District, which includes all or part of eight counties, including all of Richland and Ashland counties, incumbent Lisa Woods is opposed by challenger Cristina Collins. Both are residents of Medina County.
A Licking County patent attorney hopes to unseat a long-time incumbent on the 5th District Court of Appeals on Nov. 3.
RICHLAND COUNTY -- Issues on the Richland County ballot on Nov. 3 include numerous levy renewals, new levies in Mifflin and Perry townships and the creation of a natural gas load aggregation program in Ontario.
With still almost three weeks before Election Day, almost 10,000 voters in Richland County have already cast ballots.
It appears Richland County residents have answered the call to work in the polls for the Nov. 3 general election, though recruitment efforts continue in other areas of the state.
The COVID-19 pandemic didn't slow down early, in-person voting in Richland County on Tuesday.
Richland County voters who want to drop their absentee ballots off in a secured drop box, rather than by mail, will still need to come to the board of elections office at 1495 W. Longview Ave.
Almost 15,000 Richland County voters have requested absentee ballots as of Tuesday, more than twice as many at the same point in 2016.
A virtual "Meet the Candidates" night is planned Saturday at 7 p.m., sponsored by the Mansfield NAACP Voter Registration Committee and the North End Community Improvement Collaborative.
MANSFIELD -- The Mansfield Peace Coalition, in partnership with the Mansfield NAACP voter registration committee, will host a voter registration drive Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m.
A new law signed by Gov. Mike DeWine all but guarantees there will be in-person voting available Nov. 3. Will there be enough poll workers?
With about seven weeks before Election Day, the Richland County Board of Elections has processed about 573 percent more absentee ballot requests than at the same time in 2016.
Robert Cupp, the newly installed speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives, told Richland County Republicans on Monday he will "empower" state lawmakers.
New Ohio House of Representatives Speaker Robert Cupp will speak Monday during the monthly Richland County Republican Party luncheon.
The Richland County Board of Elections has already processed 8,500 requests for absentee, mail-in ballots for the Nov. 3 general election, according to Director Paulette Hankins.
Absentee ballot request forms are arriving in mailboxes this week for the Nov. 3 general election, Secretary of State Frank LaRose announced.
MANSFIELD -- The Richland County Board of Elections has announced several polling locations for the Nov. 3 election in response to COVID-19 concerns.
State Rep. Mark Romanchuk and Senate President Larry Obhof will lead a Trump Rally on Tuesday at 2 p.m. at PR Machine Works.
The Richland County Democratic Party on Thursday honored two local residents during a small reception at the party headquarters.
The Accountancy Board of Ohio will allow Ohio Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) to obtain required continuing public education general credits for CPAs who serve as poll workers in 2020.
Trump vs. Biden get the headlines. But Richland County voters have many other important election decisions to make Nov. 3.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was provided to Richland Source by Your Voice Ohio through a collaborative agreement. This is the last in a five-part series on Ohio voters and the election. Part I was Monday. Part II was Tuesday. Part III was Wednesday. Part IV was Thursday.