Tuesday, November 6, 2012
No major problems experienced in five Northeast Ohio counties; expect lines at some polling locations.
Ohio voters are heading to the polls today in droves under sunny, blue skies and there are essentially no Election Day problems being reported in five Ohio counties that are home to Patch websites. Stark County Jeanette Mullane, deputy director of the Stark County Board of Elections, said all 160 polling locations in the county opened on time this morning and have seen a steady stream of electors. “It’s been consistent voting all morning, which is what’s expected during a presidential election year,” she said. Stark County’s touch-screen voting machines are all operational and ready for use, said Mullane. But even if some weren’t, it wouldn’t be an issue for long. “Sometimes the machines get paper jams or other things that can be taken …
Here is your resource for Election Day 2012 in Ohio, including where to find voting results
Ohio voters have a number of Web resources to find all the information they need on Election Day 2012. Besides your local Patch site, there are a number of places to go to find out your polling place, what you need to bring with you to the polls and how to follow real-time voting results after the polls close. Here's where to find everything you need: 1. Get information from your local Board of Elections: Here is a handy directory of all of the state's local elections boards so you can find the local information you need. 2. Don't know if you're registered to vote? Check here. 3. Find out how much candidates are spending: You can search throughOhio candidates' campaign finance disclosure forms using this database. 4. Follow real-time vote …
Friday, October 14, 2011
Here's what to expect from Twinsburg Patch's Elections pages — and how you can participate
Twinsburg Patch is your election headquarters. Don't forget about the ways we are keeping you informed on the election news you want to know about: Tuesday, Nov. 8 is closing in, and you need to be informed. Stay with Twinsburg Patch over the next few weeks as we ramp up our elections covereage.
Friday, April 29, 2011
Passage of Issue 20 would clear the way for construction of a nursing home on Darrow Road
There's a 4.8-acre parcel on Darrow Road that hasn't been used in years, but a Toledo-based nursing home company is looking to change the parcel's fate. On May 3, voters will be asked to approve a rezoning of the property, at the northeast corner of Darrow and Highland roads, from industrial to public facility. If approved, HCR ManorCare Health Services LLC will construct a 63,000-square-foot, 120-bed nursing home and will bring 140 jobs to the city, said Twinsburg Planning and Development Director Larry Finch. The property was first purchased by the city to build a fire station at the south end of town, however after studies, the city realized the need was nullified, Finch said. "The decision was made to sell the property, but before we …