Everyday People For Positive Change Activist Group Floats Another Plan To Change Columbus City Council By Jim Letizia • Nov 1, 2019 WCBE files A group that has tried three times to change the size of Columbus City Council and the council electoral process plans to try again. Watchdog Groups Critical Of Columbus' Newly Proposed Campaign Contribution Limits By Jim Letizia • Nov 29, 2018 Columbus city officials have unveiled a campaign finance proposal they say will improve transparency. Columbus Voters Approve Measure Expanding Size Of City Council By Jim Letizia • May 9, 2018 columbus.gov Columbus voters on Tuesday approved a measure expanding the number of members on City Council. The charter amendment backed by the city adds two seats to council and divides the city into wards, even though members will still be elected at-large. Council Votes To Place City-Backed Issue On May Ballot Changing Election Process By Jim Letizia • Mar 6, 2018 Mike Foley Columbus City Council last night approved placing on the May ballot a measure adding two members to the seven-seat panel, with all members being elected from districts or wards by all local voters. Council Rejects Placing Ward Representation Measure On Ballot; Creates EDA For Harrison West Project By Jim Letizia • Feb 27, 2018 WCBE files Columbus City Council last night rejected placing on the May ballot a plan to expand the panel and create district or ward representation. Another Proposal To Change How Columbus City Council Members Are Elected By Jim Letizia • Feb 7, 2018 columbus.gov A citizens' group for the third time is proposing a ballot issue changing Columbus City Council from an at-large election system to a ward system.