On March 15, Ohio will hold its primary elections where you will help decide which candidates will receive their party’s nomination to run in November for offices such as U.S. President, Ohio Supreme Court and local judicial and other positions. Here are several tools to help you learn about the candidates you are voting for and make your decision before Election Day.
Ohio Farm Bureau has set six state priority issues for 2016: water quality; taxation and business climate; building community through economic development; energy; quality of life issues, and increasing grassroots awareness and involvement.
Our grandparents learned about presidential candidates by reading the paper or even actually pressing the flesh. Today, we’re informed by tweets, robo-calls and TV shouting matches disguised as debates. We’re in the midst of presidential primaries, and if we hope…
In an exclusive blog, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine urges Ohioans to vote Yes on State Issue 2.
Ohio Farm Bureau is urging Ohioans to vote Yes on State Issue 1, Yes on State Issue 2 and No on State Issue 3. All three issues deal with amending the state constitution, and Farm Bureau’s positions reflect policy established by its voting delegates.Contact your county Farm Bureau to get a sign.
Despite an often rancorous political climate, farmers are finding constructive ways to weigh in on public policy as they continue a busy season of engagement with elected officials.
After studying State Issue 1, which will appear on the May ballot, Ohio Farm Bureau’s board of trustees is encouraging a “Yes” vote. Here’s some background on the issue so you can make an informed decision.