2020 is a year of change and you are the change that’s needed! Join us on our Facebook pages for One Vote Ohio – A Real Discussion on Voting Wednesday, September 30th at 7pm. Join 93.1 WZAK’s very own Sam Sylk, Tropikana of Cincinnati’s 101.1 The Wiz and Yaves Ellis of Columbus’ Joy 107.1 along […]

Republican voter suppression scheme revealed in North Carolina.

CLEVELAND – Overall voter turnout in Cuyahoga County has unofficially surpassed the total turnout in the county during the last midterm general election in 2014. The total turnout in Cuyahoga County on November 4, 2014 was 39.56 percent, according to certified election results from the county’s Board of Elections. A total of 350,534 votes were […]

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) – Cookie monster’s taste buds must be tingling. There are three new Oreo flavors on the market for children, adults, and aficionados alike to try out. Some may ask: why not just leave well enough alone? But that’s how the cookie crumbles and Oreo left it up to fans to decide. The […]

Gayle McCormick is a self-described “Democrat leaning toward socialist,” and she was absolutely floored when she heard her husband tell a group of friends that he was going to vote for Donald Trump. “It totally undid me that he could vote for Trump,” the 73-year-old woman said. She had never considered leaving her conservative husband before, […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Despite a lot of opposition, Cleveland City Council members passed a $2.3 million dirt bike track proposal Monday night with a vote of nine to seven. Tracks will be coming to the southeast side of the city in the Garden Valley neighborhood. “We spend $2.3 million on a dirt bike track,” said […]

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The early results for the NBA All Star voting came in Thursday, and members of Cleveland’s Big 3 were well-represented. LeBron James led in votes for “Frontcourt” players with 595,288, and Kyrie Irving led in votes for “Guards” with 543,030. Kevin Love was in third for “Frontcourt” players, according to […]

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith went off on San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick for not voting in Tuesday’s election. Colin previously made his feelings about both presidential candidates known by calling them “proven liars” who were “trying to debate who’s less racist.” “To me, it was embarrassing to watch that these are our two candidates,” […]

Donella Wilson, 107 years old, cast her first vote in the 1940s and has taken total advantage of that privilege ever since.

(RNN) – Across the country there are congressional races to be decided, amendments to state constitutions to be voted on and new laws to be considered, but all eyes are on the one election being contested in all 50 states – president. The election itself has even come under fire with Republican Donald Trump calling […]

CLEVELAND– Early voting in Cuyahoga County is down from the last presidential election, officials said on Monday. Board of Elections Director Pat McDonald said about 38,000 people cast ballots in person ahead of Election Day this year. That number is down from 2012. McDonald said he expects 595,000 people will cast their ballots in Cuyahoga […]

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