The Kenton County clerk, who comes from a long line of policy-changers and milk farmers, was recently honored for making a difference in her community by Notre Dame Academy.
Political Cocktail's podcast version will alternate on Mondays with the video version of the show. Listen to local political news and hear our full, unedited interview with Ian James, co-founder of Freedom Ohio.
Ohio Attorney Mike DeWine rejected a summary for a ballot issue to create a “voter bill of rights,” stating it wasn't "fair and truthful."
More than 850 candidates have filed with the state or their county clerk’s office for the more than 300 offices on the ballot this year in Kentucky. See who's running on your ballot.
WCPO's Northern Kentucky reporter Jessica Noll asks US Senate contender and Secretary of State, Alison Lundergan Grimes, what issues Kentucky faces now and how she plans on fixing them from Washington.
Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor thinks changes would lessen voter apathy and may improve quality of judges.
Parents and staff in the Fairfield School District could learn Wednesday whether or not a levy floated in November passed or not.
Cincinnati's charter requires the mayor and City Council to take their oaths of office at 11 a.m. Dec. 1 -- which is a Sunday this year.
Butler County elections officials say the $13.8 million school tax levy, which unofficially passed by a razor thin margin on Nov. 5, has passed again after an official count Tuesday and does not qualify for a recount.
A day after Cincinnati voters elected a mayor and a City Council majority opposed to the streetcar, more battles are brewing over the project.
Cincinnati residents took to social media as the election results came in Tuesday night and John Cranley won out as the city's mayor-elect.
By a razor thin margin, voters appear to have passed the Lakota School District levy Tuesday after three previous unsuccessful attempts.