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31 October 2013
Diebold: the controversial manufacturer of voting and ATM machines, whose name conjures up the demons of Ohio’s 2004 presidential election irregularities, is now finally under indictment for a “worldwide pattern of criminal conduct.”...
31 October 2013
Some things are just too good to let go. So with a nod of respect to The Other Paper and its annual Halloween masks, The Free Press is pleased to serve up City Council President Andrew Ginther as this year’s Halloween trick. So what...
31 October 2013
Independent candidate for Columbus City Council Nicholas Schneider is making his support for public access TV a major issue of his campaign. The issue is featured on his campaign’s website, and he is raising it at campaign events. At...
31 October 2013
Eight weeks ago The Free Press filed a public records request with Columbus City Schools (CCS), related to legal fees. The following is what we have compiled based on the records submitted to The Free Press last week by CCS. The Board...
31 October 2013

Campaign Finance Spending

Pro levy sponsors Reimagine Columbus Education reported spending $2,266,005.86 for the period ending October 16th. That’s a lot of money – 5 times more than in the previous school levy campaign – to...
24 October 2013
When you run a well-oiled political machine like Michael Coleman, you don’t expect to hear any squeaks. The Mayor’s commitment to pass Issues 50 and 51, the Columbus School levy issue and the establishment of an independent School auditor...

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