CLEVELAND – The roadside signs and assorted advocacy efforts must have worked. All four special levies on Cleveland’s ballots were approved Tuesday . Both the levies for Metroparks and the Cleveland Public Library passed by wide margins with more than 70 percent of the vote. The Port Authority levy —Issue 82—was approved with 65 […]

  *Actress Stacey Dash faced a massive amount of criticism last year for coming forward to publicly endorse Mitt Romney and now is voicing her political views once again. Dash told Fox News recently that she “naively” voted for President Obama while he was running for his first term “because he was black.” “I didn’t […]

Is it Gladys, Patti, Aretha, Whitney, Chaka, Beyonce? You tell us. These talented ladies all deserve your vote but only one can be on top. They’ve sold millions of records, been responsible for easing millions of heartbreaks, helped people make babies and get married and provided the soundtrack for numerous barbeques, graduations and celebrations. So […]

(CNN) — Baseball writers balked at naming any new players to the sport’s Hall of Fame on Wednesday, with none of the 37 eligible players drawing enough votes for a ticket to Cooperstown. The 2013 ballot marked the first year of eligibility for several players who have been named in the probes of performance-enhancing drug […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – At the Cudell-West Recreation Center off Detroit at West Blvd, huge crowds of voters showed up to cast their ballots; several hundred just within the first several hours. The day seems to be going smoothly at plenty of polling locations, including Trinity Commons. Further west in Lakewood a few minor problems […]

MIAMI — The battle over ballot access continued across the country Monday, as Republican Party operatives and elected officials pressed forward with apparent attempts to suppress the vote ahead of Election Day. Chaos reigned in South Florida, where Republican Gov. Rick Scott has refused to extend a reduced early voting period despite lines lasting as […]

Hovering above Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in Dallas, a provocative billboard makes a controversial claim in black and red block letters: “Martin Luther King Jr. was a Republican. VOTE REPUBLICAN!” It’s a claim, and a voter registration tactic, that has been used before, despite a decidedly mixed reactions from community members who see it. […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – An Election Day billboard battle rages on in Cleveland. A number of “Voting Fraud is a Felony” billboards were placed in inner city neighborhoods several weeks ago. The billboards, which many saw as an act of voter intimidation, were paid for by an anonymous, out-of-state client. Amid a growing number of complaints […]

COLUMBUS, OH (WOIO) – Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted announced Wednesday that with three weeks to go before Election Day, more than 1.4 million Ohioans have either cast or requested an absentee ballot for the November 6 general election. “While many other states prepare for an Election Day that’s three weeks away, in Ohio more than 1.4 […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Early voting will continue as schedule in Ohio, after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to overturn lower court rulings reinstating the final 3 days of early voting. President Obama’s campaign and Ohio Democrats had sued over a state law that would have ended early voting three days before the Nov. 6 Election […]

Michelle Obama called into Power 107.5/Columbus to talk to The Power Morning Crew about the importance of not only voting, but voting early! The First Lady…

CLEVELAND – The lines and rallies outside the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections on the first day of early voting in Ohio were impressive. When all is said and done, the first day in-person turnout there will likely be three to four times the 558 people we saw on the first day of early voting […]