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  1. In 2017, two statewide ballot measures were certified for the ballot in the state of Ohio for the election on November 7, 2017. One was approved, and one was defeated. HIGHLIGHTS Issue 1: The initiative was designed to repeal a section of the state constitution addressing the rights of crime victims and replace the section with a Marsy's Law.

  2. • In the Ohio graduating class of 2017, 13,344 (14 percent) had parents who did not attend college. • In the Ohio graduating class of 2017, 17,277 (19 percent) aspired to attain a professional degree. They had an average Composite score of 24.3. • In the Ohio graduating class of 2017, 12,994 (14 percent) aspired to

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  3. Jun 29, 2017 · A primary election occurred on September 12, 2017, and the general election was on November 7, 2017. Only races with more than two candidates running appeared on the primary election ballot. Out of 17 council districts, 11 required a primary election. The two candidates in each race who received the most votes advanced to the general election.

  4. Jul 14, 2017 · Democrats held eight seats on the 12-member council entering the election, while Republicans held three seats and one seat was held by a nonpartisan member. The filing deadline for this election was July 14, 2017. The Lucas County Board of Elections certified petitions for these offices during a meeting on July 18, 2017.

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    Councilman Zack Reed challenged Mayor Frank Jackson to four debates—each in a different area of the city—before the general election. "I am challenging him to debate me in the neighborhoods in front of the people," said Reed.Mayor Jackson declined Reed's invitation, and a campaign spokesman said, "He's very cognizant of balancing his current city responsibilities with campaigning, and he doesn't want to overdo it." The two candidates participated in one debate on October 19, 2017, hosted by t...

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  6. Aug 03, 2022 · Liann Herder. Aug 3, 2022. For roughly 15,000 stopped out postsecondary students in northeast Ohio, institutional debt, acquired through unpaid tuition, or parking tickets, or student fees, has kept them from accessing their transcripts to re-enroll at a university. Now, those 15,000 individuals will get another chance at completing their degree.