The Election Issue 2015

On the surface, 2015 seems like a sleepy year at the ballot box, but the ballot you’ll see before you Nov. 3 does have some vexing and important decisions for voters that could radically change the future of Cincinnati and both Ohio and Kentucky.

On the surface, 2015 seems like a sleepy year at the ballot box, with no major elections of legislative or executive officials on the city or national level, and none in Ohio, either. But the ballot you’ll see before you Nov. 3 does have some vexing and important decisions for voters that could radically change the future of Cincinnati and both Ohio and Kentucky. Some of the choices before us are very tough, even gut-wrenching calls, while others seem like slam-dunks. The way we elect state representa

tives, whether or not it will be legal to grow, sell and buy marijuana,

whether the city will amend its charter for a far-reaching parks levy and a few other issues are all up in the air. Here’s our read on them.

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KENTUCKY GOVERNOR

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