Yes We Can

A group of Columbus residents has filed paperwork to begin circulating petitions to ask voters in Novembr to recall Mayor Andy Ginther.

Columbus voters will choose four City Council members this November, and a primary in May appears likely.

The all-Democratic Columbus City Council last night appointed to the panel an African-American female assistant city attorney who has worked on housing issues. 

Columbus city officials have unveiled a campaign finance proposal they say will improve transparency. 

Columbus City Council last night approved changes in municipal tax break policies with an eye toward creating more affordable housing stock.

A coalition of Columbus Democrats is critical of changes to the city's policy on tax breaks.

Columbus school board member Michael Cole says he plans to run for the Ohio House seat currently held by fellow Democrat Hearcel Craig, who is running for the Ohio Senate.

Columbus City Council last night appointed a local realtor and the head of Northland Community Council as the newest city council member.

Columbus City Council tonight is expected to appoint a new council member from the 13 finalists announced earlier this month.

All three incumbents retained their seats on the Columbus Board of Education in Tuesday's election that pitted Democrats against Democrats.

Columbus City Council last night held the first public hearing on the Columbus Charter Review Committee's recommendations to change how council members are elected.

Three Democratic Columbus City Council incumbents will face two other Democrats and one Republican challenger in November after winning yesterday's primary election.

A Columbus City Council candidate has dropped out of the race after her felony theft conviction came to light.

Columbus Board of Education members said last night they will meet with Columbus City officials every three months to learn more about the tax breaks the city has in the pipeline.

Eight people have filed to run for three Columbus School Board seats this year.

The 2015 Columbus Mayoral race between Democrats Andy Ginther and then-Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott created divisions in the county Democratic party.