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.
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It appears Richland County will not need to dip into its rainy day fund or its budget carryover to make it through 2020, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Just two virtual meetings into what is expected to be a five-year process, leaders of the Richland County Task Force on Racism have seen impact from their 21-member steering committee.