Innovation Ohio · March 5, 2020
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According to Ballotpedia, two Ohio Supreme Court seats are up for what is technically a nonpartisan election on November 3, 2020. However, these candidates are selected through a partisan primary that is scheduled for March 17, 2020.
|Jennifer L. Brunner||Judith French (incumbent)|
|John P. O’Donnell||Sharon L. Kennedy (incumbent)|
|R||Donald J. Trump|
|D||Corey Booker (dropped out)|
|D||Pete Buttigieg (dropped out)|
|D||Tulsi Gabbard (dropped out)|
|D||Amy Klobuchar (dropped out)|
|D||Deval Patrick (dropped out)|
|D||Tom Steyer (dropped out)|
|D||Elizabeth Warren (dropped out)|
|D||Michael Bennet (dropped out)|
|D||Joseph R. Biden|
|D||Michael R. Bloomberg (dropped out)|
The campaigns behind these initiatives are strategizing to be on the General Election ballot on November 3, 2020. These issues will not appear on Ohio’s primary ballot.
The proposal: A Constitutional amendment to expand voting rights by creating automatic voter registration, same-day registration, expanded early voting opportunities and improved access for overseas military and disabled voters (petition language).
Status: Petitions were certified by the Attorney General and submitted to the Secretary of State on 2/20/20. The Ballot Board voted on 3/2/20 to split the language into four separate proposals, and petitioners must now collect 1,000 signatures for each proposal in order to be reconsidered by the Board.
The proposal: A Constitutional amendment to raise the state minimum wage to $9.60 per hour in 2021, and in four equal annual increments, until it reaches $13 per hour in 2025, then increasing each year with inflation (petition language).
Status: Petitions were certified by the Attorney General and submitted to the Secretary of State on 1/27/20, and certified by the Ballot Board on 2/5/20. Petitioners must now collect 442,958 signatures to place the issue on the November ballot.
The proposal: A Constitutional amendment to impose lifetime term limits of 16 years on members of the General Assembly (petition language).
Status: Petitions were certified by the Attorney General and submitted to the Secretary of State on 2/27/20, and certified by the Ballot Board on 3/2/20. Petitioners must now collect 442,958 signatures to place the issue on the November ballot.
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