Columbus Mayor Up for Grabs and More Races Coming to Ohio in 2015

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Columbus’s longest serving mayor in history, Mayor Michael B. Coleman, has announced that he’s not running for re-election. This leaves the seat open, and the Democratic City Council Chairman has been making moves to run.

On May 5th, 2015, the Ohio primary elections are due, so that is your cue to get the lowdown on Ohio voters post-midterm elections.

  • Ohio has nearly nearly 7 million registered voters, with Columbus taking in about 434,000. 6.4% of whom are high propensity primary voters.
  • Over 59% of Ohio voters have registered a phone, and 34% have email.
  • 17% of voters are registered Republicans, 11% Democrats, and 70% are registered with other parties.

Get in touch today with what is going on with Ohio. Aristotle has all the data you could ever want, and better yet, it is also the most up-to-date set you will find.

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