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Three ‘well qualified’ lawyers eyeing county court judgeship

Opinion: After interviewing eight candidates who applied to be a Mahoning County Court judge, the county

Munroe leaving chairmanship of Mahoning Cty. GOP on high note

Opinion: For many years being the Mahoning County Republican County chairman was a thankless job. The

Election losses continue to haunt Democratic Party leader Betras

Opinion: Defeat smacked Mahoning County Democratic Party Chairman David Betras in the face pretty hard in

Republican Householder owes his Ohio House speakership to Dems

Opinion: Though there are only 38 Democrats in the 99-member Ohio House, they were the crucial votes needed

Youngstown government facing major fiscal challenges in 2019

Opinion: Youngstown’s finances were on shaky ground before the state auditor’s office told the city that it

Rep. Ryan flip-flops, backs Pelosi after deal struck on term limits

Opinion: It was just last week that U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan told me regarding Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the H

U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan isn’t giving up his fight to keep Nancy Pelosi from taking over as speaker

Opinion: U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan isn’t giving up his fight to keep Nancy Pelosi from taking over as speaker of

Don’t bet on Sen. Sherrod Brown making a bid for president in ’20

Opinion: U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown says being president is “not something I’ve dreamed about,” but he’s giving

Tuesday’s election shows Ohio is ‘red’ in statewide elections

Opinion: Some Democrats in Ohio are trying to spin Tuesday’s election in a positive way. Yes, U.S. Sen.

Democrats in Ohio going into Tuesday’s election with fervor

Opinion: Will a blue wave hit Ohio on Tuesday? It’s hard to say, but one thing is true: Democrats will have

Former Veep Biden returning to Valley to campaign for Cordray

Opinion: Next week is the final full week before the Nov. 6 general election – and it will be a busy one.

Boccieri, Rulli locked in intense battle for 33rd Ohio Senate seat

Opinion: Democrat John Boccieri and Republican Michael Rulli are likely in the most hotly contested local

Cordray, DeWine play nice during second debate; one more Monday

Opinion: In last week’s column I wrote: “You wouldn’t think a debate between Democrat Richard Cordray and

Race for Ohio governor turning out to be a bare knuckles battle

Opinion: You wouldn’t think a debate between Democrat Rich Cordray and Republican Mike DeWine would be

Turning spotlight on state Issue 1

Opinion: The recent debate on Vindy.com over the merits of state Issue 1 is important viewing as the