Yes, it's late April, and yes, yesterday also was Election Day – sort of.
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and the state's response to it wreaked havoc on Ohio's primary-election date of March 17, with decisions about postponement being made, literally, at the last minute. But when it was all said and done – and after a lot of heated debate and even court involvement – Election Day was moved to April 28.
Voters could drop off ballots at their county boards of elections – and many did – but most voters cast mailed-in absentee or early in-person ballots before Election Day arrived.
In addition to ThisWeek's coverage of central Ohio levies, our partners at The Columbus Dispatch covered statewide races, including congressional and presidential primaries.
Here's ThisWeek's list of recaps:
• Olentangy Schools’ three-part ballot issue finds strong voter support
• Big Walnut operating levy earns voters' nod
• Mifflin Township fire, police levies approved
• Jerome Township fire levy rejected; Washington Township fire levy approved
• Voters OK renewal of Southwest Public Libraries levy
Here's The Dispatch's coverage:
• Biden wins big in Ohio
• Beatty coasts to win; Shearer to take on Balderson
• Confusion, light turnout mark in-person votingLooking for more results?
• Delaware County Board of Elections
• Franklin County Board of Elections
• Union County Board of Elections
• Fairfield County Board of Elections
• Licking County Board of Elections
• Ohio Secretary of State's Office