What you need to know about Ohio Politics and Policy
“… if the expenses of charters are less than those of traditional schools, why are taxpayers being asked to provide charters with twice as much state funding per pupil? If overall charter school student performance is worse, why isn’t the Kasich Administration loudly pushing for more charter ‘accountability’?And we spotlighted spotlighted a disturbing trend in GOP-controlled state legislatures to change how presidential electoral votes are allocated. Legislation has been introduced in other states to allocate Electoral College votes by congressional district, rather than in a winner-take-all system. When combined with gerrymandered Congressional Districts, this could send the majority of a state’s electoral vote to the loser of the popular vote. Given recent supportive comments by Ohio Secretary of State Husted, this will be an important issue to watch in the coming months Don’t forget to ‘Like’ us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for up-to-the-minute analysis and commentary.
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