ASHLAND — Ashland’s Board of Elections director said a recent attempt to remove Mifflin’s mayor could fail, based on a letter she received fro…
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MIFFLIN — A resident of Mifflin has filed a petition to recall the village’s mayor with the Ashland County Board of Elections — the first such…
Since Shannon Johnson began her career with the Ashland County Board of Elections in 1999, she's urged residents to vote. She's seen lackluster turnout in some elections and local candidates elected by only a few votes, but in last week's election, turnout was not a problem.
While awaiting the results of a competitive presidential election, an Ashland Source reader asked how the Ashland County Board of Elections protects its ballots.
More than 75 percent of registered voters in Ashland County participated in the general election, according to unofficial election results posted Tuesday evening by the Ashland County Board of Elections.
When polls opened Tuesday morning, 10,006 in-person voters -- a new record for early voting -- had already cast their ballots in Ashland County.
As of Wednesday, 40 percent of eligible Ashland County voters have already cast their ballots for the 2020 general election via in-person early voting or by mail-in/drop-off ballot.
With the Ohio primary election extended to April 28, Ashland County residents have been provided with an unprecedented amount of time to vote, but voter turnout isn’t likely to increase resultingly, according to Board of Elections director Shannon Johnson.
Lifelong Ashland County resident, Amanda Jones was sworn in as the Ashland County Board of Election's new deputy director Thursday afternoon.