While elections in odd-numbered years are often not considered as crucial as those in even-numbered ones, they still offer the purest form of participatory governance generally available in the United States. Governorships are on the ballot in a handful of states, and there are local elections and statewide ballot initiatives in many states, including Ohio. We hope that you will exercise your vote if your jurisdiction holds an election tomorrow.
Upcoming Research Sessions
- Library & Lexis Lunch & Learn with Shannon Kemen and Ashley Russell
- Thursday, November 9th, 12:15 – 1:15 P.M. in Room 118
- 1-L Research Review; Lunch & Lexis points.
- Please register in advance.
- Tuesday, November 7th
- Professor Oliver’s Section 2
- Terms & Connectors Searching with Ronald Jones
- 1:30 – 2:55 P.M. in Room 100B
- Study Aids: Election Law Stories and Election Law in a Nutshell, at West Academic Online.
- Research Guide: Election Law Guide
- Database: CQ Press Voting and Elections Collection