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Election information, May 2010

This Tuesday's primary election will decide candidates for Ohio's Gubernatorial election in November, other state and federal offices and the fate of a jobs bill.  Polls are open 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM.  Many of the candidates are running unopposed in this primary.  For a sample ballot visit the Hamilton County Board of Elections website and find your polling location from the menu on the left of the page, then click on one of the provided links.  Here are some of the people on the primary ballot with websites for more information:

Primary for Governor / Lt. Governor; State of Ohio:  John Kasich/ Mary Taylor, Republican     Ted Strickland/ Yvette McGee Brown, Democratic     Dennis S. Spisak/ Anita Rios, Green     Ken Matesz/ Ann Leech, Libertarian

Attorney General; State of Ohio:  Richard Cordray, Democratic     Mike DeWine, Republican     Robert M. Owens, Constitution     Marc Allan Feldman, Libertarian

Auditor of State, State of Ohio:  David Pepper, Democratic     Seth Morgan, Republican     Dave Yost, Republican     L. Michael Howard, Libertarian

Secretary of State; State of Ohio:  Maryellen O'Shaughnessy, Democratic     Sandra O'Brien, Republican     Jon Husted, Republican     Charles Earl, Libertarian

Primary for United States Senate:  Rob Portman, Republican     Lee Fisher, Democratic     Jennifer Brunner, Democratic     Traci Johnson, Democratic     Charlena Renee Bradley, Democratic     Eric W. Deaton, Constitution     Steven R. Linnabary, Libertarian     Daniel H. LaBotz, Socialist

US Representative, District 1:  Steve Chabot, Republican     Steve Driehaus, Democratic     Eric Wilson, Democratic     Jim Berns, Libertarian     Jared Croxton, Libertarian     Rich Stevenson, Green

Hamilton County Commissioner:  Leslie Ghiz, Republican     Chris Monzel, Republican     Hubert E. Brown, Democratic    Jim Tarbell, Democratic     Cecil Thomas, Democratic

Issue One:  Proposed Constitutional Amendment -- State of Ohio (Majority Approval Required) TO EXTEND THE OHIO THIRD FRONTIER PROGRAM BY AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF ADDITIONAL GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC GROWTH      Vote YES     Vote NO

Issue Two:  Proposed Constitutional Amendment -- State of Ohio (Majority Approval Required) TO CHANGE THE LOCATION OF THE COLUMBUS CASINO FACILITY AUTHORIZED BY PREVIOUS STATEWIDE VOTE     Vote YES     Vote NO

Other elections on Tuesday's primary ballot:  US Representative, District 2;  State Senator, Districts 7 & 9, State Representatives, District 28, 29 ,30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35;  Judicial Contests for State of Ohio;  State Political Party Committees and several School District Levies.

Websites with more information: smartvoter.org         Hamilton County Board of Elections     citybeat.com     ohiolibertycouncil.org

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