Today, the Columbus Dispatch ran an even stronger editorial against Issue 1 on the August 2 special election ballot. Their conclusion? Issue 1 is too risky, too costly, and too vague. It’s the wrong way to make a massive change to our local government. Thoughtful reform is better Columbus voters on Tuesday should vote No[…]
Today, the Columbus Building Trades Council announced, “We will be strongly encouraging our members and their families to VOTE NO on Issue 1.” The Building Trades is made up of 17 unions and 18,000 men and women working in Columbus.
Today, the Columbus Dispatch officially endorsed a no vote on Issue 1. At the same time, the Dispatch supported the responsible, public committee announced to study city council and recommend modernizations for our local government. Be sure to exercise your right to vote — and vote NO on Issue 1. You can vote early now[…]
BREAKING NEW: The Affordable Housing Alliance of Central Ohio has adopted the following position statement on Issue 1: The Affordable Housing Alliance of Central Ohio has deep reservations about the effect the ward system would have on the development of the needed 27,000 units of affordable housing throughout Central Ohio. We know that meeting affordable housing[…]